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José Manuel Soto

Given birth to in 1961 to a well-known Seville family members, by his early twenties José Manuel Soto was composing items for traditional choirs and carrying out in rings with close friends. By 1983 he previously decided to turn into a vocalist/songwriter, and 3 years afterwards he were able to …

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Billo

The music of SOUTH USA was deeply influenced by Billo (born Billo Luis María Frometa) and his group the Caracas Boys. A lot more than six years after Billo formed the ensemble, they continue steadily to perform their dance-inspiring design of Latin music. A indigenous from the Dominican Republic, Billo …

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Sergio Esquivel

Mexican singer and songwriter Sergio Esquivel started getting involved with music while learning physical education in Mexico Town, writing lyrics during the night inspired with the family he left out. A ballad focused on his sister known as “Rocio” became his initial song. Back again to Yucatán, Sergio Esquivel began …

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Girasoules

Mostly influenced simply by British isles pop and Afro-Caribbean rhythms, Spanish pop/rock foursome Girasoules was formed in the first ’90s simply by Quique Tarrasó and Fernando Martínez. These were shortly joined up with by guitarist Javier Vela and drummer Memoryón Vela. In 1992, the music group self-produced a demonstration known …

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Miguel Funi

Miguel Funi is among flamenco’s less popular vocalists and dancers. Known affectionately as “Un Funi”, Funi was highlighted in the 1989 multi-artist compilation, Cante Flamenco, performing two music — “Solea” and “Bulerias” — followed by Guitarists Paco and Juan Del Gastor.

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Juan

The winner from the fourth season from the American Idol-style reality show Objectivo Fama, singer/songwriter Juan Vélez — also called simply Juan — kept his winning streak going steady along with his full-length album debut, Con Mi Soledad (2007), which became a high Ten hit upon its to push out …

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Sergio Arau

Like a Mexican musician and filmmaker who settled in LA, CA, Sergio Arau played in the Latin rock and roll group Botellita de Jerez, which disbanded after a live show at Mexico City’s Metropolitan Theatre on June 19, 1997. After shifting towards the U.S., Sergio Arau shaped his own music …

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Jose (Bigorna) Carlos

Jose Carlos can be an up-and-coming Tejano singer and may be the more youthful brother of well-known performer Elsa Garcia, who helped him get his begin and indication to Capitol/EMI — it really is most uncommon for an unfamiliar artist to indication with such a significant label. When he was …

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Wanessa

Among Brazil’s most recognizable little pop performers, Wanessa Camargo rocketed to popularity when her initial two strikes — “O Amor Não Deixa” and “Apaixonada por Você,” both from her 2000 self-titled debut record, released even though she was even now an adolescent — topped the Hot 100 Brazil singles graph, …

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Señor Trepador

Spanish alt-punk duo Señor Trepador are made up of Oscar Linares and Pablo Pereira. Hailing from Sevilla, Linares and Pereira had been mixed up in local music picture and each have been taking part in another group when both fulfilled in 2004. Linares was linked by a shared friend to …

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