He has a Havana urban accent. He has been a vocalist with many groups, including Chappotin y Sus Estrellas, Revé, and Adalberto Alvarez y su Son, and most recently, the Afro-Cuban All Stars. He was one of the original members of the Afro-Cuban All Stars.
He has at least three solo albums, Baila Mi Son (2000), Un Poquito de Fé (2005), and Un Solo Amor (2008).
One reviewer described him as famous in Cuba but virtually unknown elsewhere, although he had hits in the 1970s. Another reviewer described him as one of the most important soneros of the 1970s and 1980s.
- Helio Orovio, Cuban Music from A to Z, Duke University Press, 2004.
- "U. California-Berkeley: CD REVIEW: Juan de Marcos' new all stars broaden traditional range.", The America's Intelligence Wire, May 23, 2003.
- Helio Orovio Cuban Music from A to Z 2004 Page 23 "His latest band is called Félix Baloy y Su Son"
- Maya Roy Cuban music: from son and rumba to the Buena Vista Social Club and timba cubana- 2002 "Afro-Cuban All Stars presents Félix Baloy,"
- Aaron Howard, "Felix Baloy", Houston Press, May 17, 2001.
- John Goddard, "Various Artists: Café Cubano", The Toronto Star, Jun. 17, 2008.
- "Felix Baloy Un solo amor", Cnet.de, Retrieved Jun. 4, 2009.
- Judy Cantor, "Old-Skool Cuba: The Afro-Cuban All Stars finally come to South Florida", Miami New Times, Apr. 12, 2001.
- Briony Kidd, "Elizabeth Walsh", Friday, Australian Stage, Jun. 5, 2009.
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