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Jorge Celedon

Child of Adolfo Celedon, a normal Mexican music vocalist, Colombian Jorge Celedon was raised hearing Alejo Duran, who also became a significant influence. At an extremely early age, he started singing together with his uncle, Daniel Celedon, and quickly made his 1st record, “Un Episode Provinciano.” Vocalist Jean Carlo Centeno performed with him in Binomio de Oro, a vallenato-oriented clothing. In 1988, the encouraging artist remaining that music group to pursue a single profession. Accordionist Jimmy Zambrano became a member of him to create his debut recording, entitled Romantico Como Yo, offering the hit solitary “No Te Olvidaré” made up by Iván Calderón.

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