Guillermo Anderson grew up exposed to the mixture of Garifuna, North American, British, and Caribbean cultures characteristic to the Northern coast of Honduras, which later provided the basis for his artistic style. He attended the primary school at the Escuela Mazapán, in La Ceiba. It was in this school that he began to write his first poems and songs and learn chords on a toy banjo and sang for the first time on stage. In fourth grade Bill Stover, a teacher from North America, introduced him to American songwriters, like Paul Simon, Jim Croce, James Taylor and Crosby Stills and Nash. Guillermo Anderson's song En mi país, released on the Pobre Marinero album in 2000, has become an alternative national anthem of Honduras, and his children's songs are sung throughout schools in Honduras.
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Listen to music from Guillermo Anderson like El encarguito, Pobre Marinero & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Guillermo Anderson. Guillermo Anderson is Honduras’s best-known World Music Artist. Based in the lively Caribbean port of La Ceiba, GUILLERMO ANDERSON and his band CEIBANA, infuse Afro-Caribbean percussions with contemporary sounds, local rhythms, and folklore of Honduras' coastal regions. Performances are spiced with the merging of Honduran Garífuna rhythms such as "Parranda" and "Punta" with better-known reggae, salsa and other Caribbean styles. His concerts celebrate love, nature and everyday life in this part of the Caribbean.
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