FEET ON EXHIBITION: The original ‘Mambo King,’ Pedro Aguilar, also known as Cuban Pete, danced with partner Barbara Craddock as artist Erich Padilla painted their moves on canvas at the Byron-Carlyle Arts Center in Miami Beach on July 17, 2002. Padilla, working for the International Latin Music Hall of Fame, used a wooden clave dipped in paint to capture the dance pros’ footsteps for an exhibit.
FEET ON EXHIBITION: The original ‘Mambo King,’ Pedro Aguilar, also known as Cuban Pete, danced with partner Barbara Craddock as artist Erich Padilla painted their moves on canvas at the Byron-Carlyle Arts Center in Miami Beach on July 17, 2002. Padilla, working for the International Latin Music Hall of Fame, used a wooden clave dipped in paint to capture the dance pros’ footsteps for an exhibit. Alex Kolyer Miami Herald File
FEET ON EXHIBITION: The original ‘Mambo King,’ Pedro Aguilar, also known as Cuban Pete, danced with partner Barbara Craddock as artist Erich Padilla painted their moves on canvas at the Byron-Carlyle Arts Center in Miami Beach on July 17, 2002. Padilla, working for the International Latin Music Hall of Fame, used a wooden clave dipped in paint to capture the dance pros’ footsteps for an exhibit. Alex Kolyer Miami Herald File

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‘Grand Dame of Mambo,’ Cuban Pete dance partner, Barbara Craddock dies at 74

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