The recipient of very much acclaim, Catalan flamenco singer Miguel Poveda produced a point in early stages in his career, despite his relative youth, to honor the style’s grand music traditions. Given birth to Miguel Ángel Poveda León in Barcelona on Feb 13, 1973, Poveda started performing publicly in 1988, associated his sister, flamenco dancer Sonia Poveda. He founded himself like a increasing star inside the flamenco community after earning four prizes in the 1993 Event Nacional del Cante de las Minas in La Unión, like the highest honor, La Lámpara Minera, aswell as La Cartagenera, La Malagueña, and La Singleá. Nobody else had achieved such a feat since Antonio Fernández Díaz (aka Fosforito) in 1956, as well as the achievement was even more noteworthy because, unlike most flamenco performers, Poveda is definitely neither Andalusian nor Gypsy. In the wake of his newfound identification, Poveda appeared being a protagonist in the Bigas Luna film La Teta con la Luna (1994), documented his single debut record, Viento del Este (1995), and produced some high-profile performances at celebrations including El Celebration Flamenco por Tarantos in Madrid, La Bienal de Arte Flamenco in Seville, and La Fiesta de la Música in Paris. Following solo albums consist of Suena Flamenco (1998), Zaguán (2001), Poemas del Exilio de Rafael Alberti (2004), Desglaç (2005), and Tierra de Calma (2006). Of the albums, Suena Flamenco and Tierra de Calma had been respectively nominated for Latin Grammys in the group of Greatest Flamenco Recording in 2000 and 2007. Poveda came back in ’09 2009 using the love-themed dual recording, Coplas del Querer, including his rendition of Concha Piquer’s “A Ciegas,” which also presented within the soundtrack to Pedro Almodóvar’s Broken Embraces. 2012 noticed Poveda go back to his stringent flamenco roots using the launch of ArteSano.