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Gonzalo Yañez

Gonzalo Yañez is a Latin pop singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Chile who have experienced international achievement as a single artist and in addition in cooperation with others. Delivered on, may 8, 1983, in Montevideo, Uruguay, he shifted to Chile in 1995 and resolved in the administrative centre town of Santiago. Round the turn from the hundred years he created the music group No Me Acuerdo with some university friends. Made up of Yañez (vocals, acoustic guitar), Rodrigo Jeldres (acoustic guitar), Lucas Márquez (acoustic guitar, key pad), Francisco Díaz (bass), and Rodrigo Bob Letelier (drums), the music group produced its full-length recording debut in 2001 with Nada Que Perder on Warner Music. No Me Acuerdo consequently collaborated with Los Prisioneros frontman Jorge González, who created the solitary “Cada Día Más” and an associated EP from the same name released in 2003 by Warner Music. The music group broke up prior to the conclusion of its second full-length recording, however, therefore Yañez finished up completing the recording alone and liberating it on Warner Music as his full-length single debut, Gonzalo Yañez (2004). In the mean time, he was asked by González to become listed on Los Prisioneros for the documenting of the famous Chilean rock and roll band’s latter-day return recording, Manzana (2004), and its own accompanying tour from the Americas. Furthermore, Yañez started outsourcing his skills as a maker/songwriter, working 1st with Argentine pop vocalist María Jimena Pereyra on her behalf recording Esa Luz (2004); consequently, he caused Ximena Abarca (Provocación, 2006), Kel (No Molestar!, 2008), Denise Rosenthal (Un Blog page de la Feña, 2008), Uruz (Uruz, 2008), as well as others. In 2005 Yañez resumed his single career beside me Hiciste Pagar, a four-track EP around the label La Oreja. The next 12 months he released his second solo recording, De Ida y Vuelta, around the label. His third recording, Dispara, premiered in 2008 around the Chilean label Feria Music and repackaged that same 12 months as Gonzalo Yañez for worldwide release from the American label Nacional Information.

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