Puerto Rican professional and singer Sergio Blass was obtaining mixed up in music picture while taking part in bands such as for example Los Chicos, Menudo, and Amnezzya. Manufacturer Angelo Medina persuaded him to stay down in Mexico, where in fact the artist registered to PolyGram, beginning his solo profession with the discharge of the record Sergio in 1994. A tune known as “Siempre Te Amaré,” in line with the Police’s “Every Breathing You Consider,” became Blass’ initial hit. The next year, the musician played a primary role in a favorite soap opera known as Agujetas De Color De Rosa. In 1996, Sergio Blass co-produced Sueño Salvaje, including a particular cover of Peggy Lee’s “Fever” and an enchanting ballad known as “Amiga Tú,” motivated by Blass’ previous girlfriend. Both tracks became hits immediately after. In 1998, Ayúdame a Ser Tuyo premiered.
|1||In May of 2002, along with a few of his 'Ex-Menudo' band members, re-united as a revival group named: "Los Ultimos Heroes." This group was comprised of: Blass, 'Ruben Gomez, Angelo Garcia, Rawy Torrez & Robert Avallanet. [May 2002]|
|2||Owns a Mexican food restaurant called Ajijic in Puerto Rico. [February 2005]|
|Gotita de amor||1998||TV Series||Virco|
|Confidente de secundaria||1996||TV Series||Sergio|
|Agujetas de color de rosa||1994||TV Series||Cristian (1995-1996)|
|Por siempre amigos||1987||TV Series||Sergio|
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