Latin pop duet from Spain Ella Baila Sola started focusing on their very own music within the middle-’80s after manufacturer Gonzalo Benavides heard a demo of an area music group called the Just, led by Marta Botía and Marilia Casares, and got touching them immediately after. Both performers met previously while their studies at Madrid’s San Agustín College, sharing their interest for music. Benavides confident them to start out performing in Spanish, changing the band’s name at exactly the same time. Ella Baila Sola documented its initial self-titled record in 1996. A calendar year later, the action was honored at Premios Amigo for Greatest Spanish Music group. After touring around Spain and achieving important locations around Latin America, Ella Baila Sola released e.b.s. in 1998, obtaining the strike one “Y Quisiera.” Marta & Marilia was released three years afterwards.
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|Memòries de la tele||2010||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|50 años de||2010||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Lo echamos a suertes||2005||Video short performer: "Lo echamos a suertes", "Amores de barra", "Cuando los sapos bailen flamenco", "Por ti", "Y quisiera", "Que se me va de las manos", "Despídete", "Cómo repartimos los amigos", "Suelo de canicas"|
|De todo corazón||2000||TV Special performer: "Cómo repartimos los amigos"|
|Mujeres Primero||2016||TV Series||Themselves - Musical Guest|
|Memòries de la tele||2010||TV Series||Themselves|
|50 años de||2010||TV Series||Themselves|
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