Eusebio Delfín was born in Palmira, Cienfuegos, Cuba in 1893. Was a trovador musician: a composer, guitarist and singer. He also studied guitar and song, and sang in public for the first time in 1916 at the Terry Theatre in Cienfuegos. Eusebio was a close friend of Compay Segundo and was one of the first cubans to record music back in 1922. He became a sensation because of his rythms. Collaborated with artists like Rita Montaner and Luis Maria Morales. He passed away in 1965 in La Habana.