The son of flamenco-folk legend Juanito Valderrama and copla singer Dolores Abril, Spanish vocalist Valderrama followed in the footsteps of his famous parents while simultaneously branching out in to the world of film, TV, and literature. Given birth to Juan Antonio Valderrama Abril in Madrid, in 1972, he relocated to Seville at age ten, and after learning journalism at university or college, became a information director for an area TV station. Nevertheless, he never remaining his musical history much behind, and after documenting a couple of demos, he got a cope with Sony and started focus on his 2002 debut recording, La Memoria del Agua with famous brands Ana Belén, Joaquín Sabina, and Vicente Amigo, in addition to his father. Eager to create his own tag on the market, he adopted up 2004’s pop-oriented Alfileres with an appearance in Jose Luis Garcia Sanchez’s film Franky Banderas, setup his personal record label, Kompetencia Information, and used his journalistic abilities by dealing with RNE reporter Nieves Herrero and penning a biography of ’70s flamenco-rhumba clothing Los Chichos, along with his wife Rosa Pena. Following a four-year lack from your music picture, he came back with two albums in quick succession, 2008’s Ilusion and 2009’s Middle Eastern-inspired Moderna Tradición, and created a flamenco display entitled Maestros, which he toured around a lot of his homeland’s celebrations. In 2011, he released his 5th & most traditional Spanish recording, Sonidos Blancos.