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Víctor Manuel

Spanish singer/songwriter Víctor Manuel produced his debut while singing Joselito’s “La Campanera” in a college party, being introduced as “San José.” In 1962 the youthful artist joined up with a band known as San José con Bossa Nova, acquiring vocalization and piano lessons immediately after. Manuel started composing and saving …

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Victor Jara

The reality of Victor Jara’s tragic death are well noted. Arrested within the aftermath of the military services coup d’état, Jara was among the many politics prisoners resulted in the Country wide Soccer Stadium where many had been tortured, beaten, and performed. Although his hands had been broken or, as …

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Francisco Céspedes

Cuban-born singer/songwriter Francisco Céspedes still left his physician career to try well-known music. The talented musician elected to stay in Mexico while going to the country combined with the Cuban Contemporary Music Orquestra. In 1992, Luis Miguel documented his music “Pensar En Ti,” highlighted on his record Aries, and “Que …

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Joaquín Sabina

Vocalist and songwriter Joaquín Sabina was created in Úbeda, Spain, in Feb 12, 1949. At age 14, he began writing poems, obtaining linked to music as an associate of the teenage rockabilly music group known as Merry Youngs. Sabina’s poetry and music abilities were prolonged to performing while being section …

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Lalo Rodríguez

b. Ubaldo Rodríguez, 16 Might 1958, Puerto Rico. In 1970, 12-year-old Rodríguez became a member of the music group Tempo Moderno and sang together until 1974. He produced his record debut at age 16 as business lead vocalist on Eddie Palmieri’s Sunlight Of Latin Music (1974), the very first Latin …

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Ignacio Pena

Puerto Rican singer/songwriter Ignacio Peña was created in Rio Piedras and raised in Guaynabo and Santurce with an extremely strict upbringing. Inspired by major rock and roll numbers from the first ’80s, the youthful soccer enthusiast exchanged soccer for music even though his parents weren’t content about his choice. Ignacio …

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Bertín Osborne

Latin singer, Television host, and acting professional Bertin Osborne (given birth to Norberto Ortíz Osborne) remaining home at age 18. After surviving in the U.S., primarily influenced by nation artists, he made a decision to try well-known music, debuting in a fresh talent competition in 1971. However, his professional profession …

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Silvio Rodríguez

The tender balladry offsets the hard-edged, politically slanted lyrics of Silvio Rodriguez. A spearhead from the nueva trova (brand-new ballad) design of nueva cancion (brand-new melody), Rodriguez masterfully mixes romantic music with protest materials condemning colonization as well as the tyranny that swept through Latin America in the past due …

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Pablo Milanés

Alongside Silvio Rodriguez, Pablo Milanés was among the essential numbers in Cuba’s nueva trova popular-song movement from the past due ’60s; sponsored by Fidel Castro’s federal government, the collective of nueva trova music artists were essentially likely to reconfigure and revise traditional Cuban folk musics for the country’s new, contemporary, …

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Tania Libertad

Peruvian Tania Libertad was created in Zaña but raised within the seaside city of Chiclayo where she began singing intimate ballads at age five. She became an area star ten years later while learning fishing anatomist in Lima. Tania Libertad began producing passionate bolero information after shifting to Mexico in …

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