Latin celebrity José José (given birth to José Romulo Sosa Ortíz) started taking part in festivals and contests around Mexico Town at a age group, teaming up with Paco Ortíz and Alfredo Benítez after taking acoustic guitar lessons. “Un Mundo” and “Mi Vida” had been the songs presented on his 1st solitary, released in 1965. Around once, José José became a member of los Peg, playing dual bass. “Nave del Olvido” became his 1st strike in 1969, and he received the OTI event a year later on with a music called “Un Triste.” Then climbed the main Latin graphs with “De Pueblo en Pueblo,” 1973’s “Hasta Que Vuelvas,” 1974’s “Déjame Conocerte,” 1975’s “Sentimientos,” 1976’s “Paloma,” as well as the 1977 smash “Gavilan o Paloma,.” José José’s performing career started with Sueño de Amor and La Carrera del Millón. In the first ’80s, while learning to be a major-venue performer, talented composer Manuel Alejandro created Secretos, which offered over four-million copies world-wide. Reflexiones adopted in 1984. Roberto Livi created 40, 20 in Miami and LA, and José José advertised the recording with displays around America, including New York’s Madison Square Backyard and Chicago’s Pavillion. In 1994, José José celebrated his 30th profession anniversary.