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Tommy Olivencia

Vocalist and bandleader Tommy Olivencia was a pioneer within the advancement of Puerto Rican salsa music. His renowned support combo, la Primerisima, was the releasing pad for upcoming superstars including Frankie Ruiz, Gilberto Santa Rosa, and Marvin Santiago. Delivered Ángel Tomás Olivencia Pagán within the Santurce portion of San Juan …

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Alejandro Lerner

Alejandro Lerner can be an acclaimed vocalist/songwriter from Argentina who rose to country wide fame through the early ’80s. While his recognition as an icon from the middle-’80s Argentine pop/rock and roll picture would diminish continuously as time passes, he continued release a fresh albums with regularity. His latter-day music …

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Alejandro Montaner

Latin pop singer Alejandro Montaner (given birth to Alejandro Manuel Montaner) began his singing profession after earning a advertising and music business level at Miami School. In Feb 2002, vocalist/songwriter Ricardo Montaner’s kid started documenting his debut record, Todo lo Que Tengo, with efforts from Alejandro Jaén, Loris Ceroni, Pablo …

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Alex Batista

Cuban pop singer/songwriter Alex Batista produced his American debut in 1999 having a self-titled LP issued about WEA’s Latin imprint.

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Alex Ubago

Spanish Latin pop star Alex Ubago was created in Vitoria in January 29, 1981. His family members shifted to San Sebastian when Alex, an just kid, was four. Simply for the fun of fabricating, Ubago had written his first tune at age 15. He trained himself to sing, exclusively to …

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Aleks Syntek

Mexican Aleks Syntek was created in Mérida about Sept 29, 1969. This talented musician continues to be involved in a variety of projects such as for example advertisements, Television shows, and films. By the past due ’80s, Syntek, alongside two friends, made a decision to form an alternative solution band. …

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Alejandro Sanz

Probably the most commercially successful Spanish singer ever, Alejandro Sanz earned a reputation as an industrious hitmaker in his native country through the 1990s, and by the decade’s end, he’d expanded his group of fans internationally, broadening his style beyond romantic ballads and collaborating with fellow Latin superstars, most memorably …

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Toña “La Negra”

b. María Antonia del Carmen Peregrino, 1912, Veracruz, Mexico, d. November 1982, Mexico Town, Mexico. Toña ‘La Negra’ would be to the bolero what Billie Vacation would be to the jazz ballad. Just like the mambo, danzón, as well as other melody types, the bolero started in Cuba. The Mexico …

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Myriam

Mexican popstress Myriam Montemayor Cruz was initially introduced to the general public being a contestant in La Academia prior to going on to turn into a platinum-selling recording artist. Originally from Nuevo León, Monterrey, Myriam was created in Feb 1981, the seventh of eight siblings. As a teenager, she became …

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Albita Rodriguez

Among Cuba’s best performers and songwriters, Albita Rodriguez offers continued her assault around the strike parade since emigrating to america in 1993. Her 1st American recording, No Se Parece a Nada, released in 1995, offered a lot more than 100,000 copies and included the solitary “Parranda, Laud y Child, which …

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