The Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club… Adios tour is kicking off this summer and lasting into the fall with a final show in Havana, according to a report published in Cuba’s state newspaper Granma and Spain’s ABC. The band was originally recruited by Ry Cooker for a legendary recording session in Havana, Buena Vista Social Club will be saying Adios to world stages on their 2014-2015 farewell tour because band mates say they want their music to endure over time and continue to charm the world. “83-year old singer Omara Portuondo had this to say to news agency Europa Press. “That is what we have achieved with our concerts.” Buena Vista Social Club played Carnegie Hall in 1998 and most of the best-known members have been immortalized in an Oscar-nominated documentary by Wim Wenders. With the band evolving and continuing to grow in popularity they went from band to brand status, featuring different line-ups of multi-generational musicians. Fans can usually catch sight of Eliades Ochoa in his return engagement with the show as he lives up to his nickname of “Cuba’s Johnny Cash” in his all black ensemble and black cowboy hat. The current show is still flavored with classic Cuban sounds they have added more contemporary sounds and style that the younger members are bringing into the fold, like pianist Rolando Luna, and Pedro Pablo on bass. Be prepared to be out of your seats dancing by the end of the night. Their show is sensational and hypnotic, if you love having a great time you do not want to miss this show!