The Spanish folk artist Cecilia was created Evangelina Sobredo Galanes in Madrid, on Oct 11, 1948. The child of diplomats, she spent a lot of her early years touring internationally. Through energetic travel she discovered English, and consequently the majority of her early tunes were written for the reason that vocabulary. In 1970 she shaped a group known as Expresion, with whom she documented her first singles, “PERHAPS YOU HAVE Ever Seen a Blue Guy?” and “Try to Catch sunlight.” Cecilia continuing to record through 1970 and 1971 for CBS (today Sony BMG) before documenting her first single record in 1972, entitled Cecilia, which created a lot of her early strikes like “Dama Dama,” “Fui,” “Señor con Dueno,” and “Nada de Nada.” Through the entire middle- to past due ’70s Cecilia continuing to write tracks that fulfilled with achievement and acclaim, like “Querida España” and “Amor de Medianoche.” For the reason that period, reputation of her function continued to develop, because of concerts provided at songwriting celebrations and performances on Televisión Española. In 1976, at that time she was focusing on an record focused on poet Valle Inclan, Cecilia was wiped out in a vehicle accident as she came back from a concert in Vigo. The summertime after her loss of life, her tracks “Un Viaje” and “Lluvia” had been released to pay for homage to her, and had been met with a solid public reception. After that, many choices of her function have already been released, and continue being well-known and well-loved.