Antonio Ávila Bacas better known as Tony Ávila. Cuban interpreter, composer and troubadour. He was also director of groups such as the "Clave Cuarta" quartet and the quintets "Agua Tibia" and "Con Clave". After the success of his single "La choza de Chicha y Chacho", included in his album "En Tierra", he achieved national and international popularity. His compositions have also been performed by the Manguaré and Nuestra América groups, by Carmen Lidia Maden, the Mix Group, Ray Fernández, La Lira Matancera, Lorilyn Valero, Lindiana Murphy, the popular Cuban humorist Antolín “El Pichón” and the actor and humorist also Cuban and popular Kike Quiñones, among others.
In January 2017, he performed for the first time at the massive San Sebastián Street Festival in Old San Juan, before an estimated audience of more than 70,000 people who enjoyed his songs. He was invited by the Puerto Rican star Gilberto Santa Rosa to share with him on the main stage of the Plaza del Quinto Centenario, before more than 50,000 people who sang along with them and danced to the hit Títere, which the salsa performer included in his most recent production I need a bolero, the title of another song by the Cuban troubadour.