We're lucky that this living legend of jazz likes to play in Madrid so much. He's been a member of Dizzy Gillespie's band, later joining different groups alongside musicians such as Eddie Palmieri, Jaco Pastorius, Tito Puente, McCoy Tyner and more. In the late '70s, Jerry founded the Fort Apache Band, which had a big impact on the jazz world. At the beginning of the last decade, after participating in Fernando Trueba's film 'Calle 54', Jerry González decided to settle his base of operations in Madrid. Since then he has been a regular on Spanish stages, collaborating with the most renowned national artists, including the likes of Diego El Cigala, Paco de Lucía and Enrique Morente.