She was involved in much of the domestic chores, and helped in raising her younger siblings, thus missed classes at school. Since 2001, she has gained fans worldwide and has multip-latinum sales and several awards. Born in Madrid, Spain, her real name is Pepa Charro. Everywhere you go, the region is full of artistic expression and a testament to this is the continuous success that artists have had, and keep on achieving, in this area. Marilia Andrés Casares (Cuenca, December 17, 1974) is a Spanish singer-songwriter. › Spain Singers List › Best Singers From Spain. Janette Anne Dimech (October 10, 1951, London), who performs under the name Jeanette, is a half-White-Congolese, half-Spanish, English-born, American-raised singer who has resided in Spain since the age of 12, and who sings primarily in Spanish. But then there were no Spanish tango singers outside very local milieus. After hearing Ana sing José María's guitar compositions, Nacho suggested that the three form a band. In fall 2002 the third single, "Le Deseo" was released, and the album became a hit, up to #12 some weeks, and certificated gold, and a months later, platinum. As an actress, she began playing 'Elsa' in the successful Spanish TV series Al salir de clase (2000) along with the other members of Tess, which helped them promote their first album. When she was a child, she wanted to be a classical dancer, but a knee injury made this impossible. In February 2010 they moved to Lugano, Switzerland in order to be closer to his new Formula One employer Ferrari. It was the first time a non-francophone artist earned this merit. Keep up to date with the latest about Coronavirus in Andalucia, Spain. From early on, she demonstrated a great love of singing and traditional flamenco dance. She graduated as a nursery school teacher and started performing in the Casino de Mallorca shows when she was 20. Diva also stated that it would be her first English language album. She started with a David Trueba movie, La Buena Vida, and she became very popular thanks to the TV series Al salir de clase. Musicians, Singers and Dancers. She is frequently cited as the "Queen of Pop" in Spain. When Lydia was 16 years old, she released her first album, Lydia, which went platinum in Spain. This list may not reflect recent changes (). Andalucía is home to a multitude of singers, bands and dancers, and has drawn others from across the world for many years. Her interest in the avant-garde also covers video, minimal music, stage arts and artist-public contact. Carmen Sevilla (born 16 October 1930 in Seville) is a popular Spanish actress, singer and TV presenter. Cadermere femme 4. She died from a respiratory insufficience and she is buried in the cemetery San Fernando in Seville. Rosalía is a Spanish singer and songwriter from Barcelona. Pilar became a member of the chorus of the Teatro de la Zarzuela around 1949. Victoria de los Ángeles (1 November 1923 – 15 January 2005) was a Spanish Catalan operatic soprano and recitalist whose career began in the early 1940s and reached its height in the years from the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s. She grew up in neighbouring Asturias, took singing, piano and ballet classes, and moved to Madrid to pursue a career as a musician. Unless otherwise indicated, all these singles are parodies of the original artists: Mónica Rodríguez, Nika (born in Torrejón de Ardoz, Community of Madrid, December 11, 1979) is a Spanish singer who entered the world's music thanks to her participation on the second edition of Operación Triunfo on 2002. She cultivated other artistic fields beside music: poetry, painting and potteryware. (Tie Me Up! Dafne became famous for playing Marta Ramos in the Spanish TV series Un paso adelante, along with actors like Mónica Cruz, Beatriz Luengo, Pablo Puyol, Silvia Marty and Lola Herrera. Gloria Lasso (25 November 1922 – 4 December 2005) was a Spanish-born singer, long based in France. Lo, is an American singer… She became famous after dedicating a song to her musical idol Alejandro Sanz. Miranda (born Sandra Miranda Garcia, 1976) is a French singer, popular in Europe in the late 1990s and early 2000s (decade). These currently include curfew from 23.00 to 06.00, closing of bars / cafes at 18.00 but reopening from 20.00 to 22.30 hrs. Her father, Antonio Sánchez Camporro, was a Galician opera singer. Jurado began performing at a very young age, debuting on the big screen in 1962 with Los guerrilleros, acting alongside Manolo Escobar. Her second album, Luna Nueva, was released in 1998 and had a more mature and deep sound, but maintained the natural and smooth sentiments that characterize the artist. She went to El Rastro (Madrid flea market) looking for band members, where she, Diva Mamen (born Carmen Anton Ortuño on July 22, 1989) is a Spanish singer. p.parentNode.insertBefore(s,p); Rosa López, (born 14 January 1981, Láchar, Granada, Spain), is a Spanish singer. One of her most famous compositions was Homenatge a Mistral for solo guitar. Les sentiments forts 9. She first sang on the stage at age six, singing "Regalo A Dios" by José Alfredo Jiménez. Lo hermoso que fué 2. In 1967, she made her Metropolitan Opera debut as Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro. The album, produced. Amaia Montero is the daughter of José Montero and Pilar Saldías, and has an older sister, named Idoia. From an early age, she has taken part in several TV advertisements and fashion shows. The song (along with the entries from Netherlands, United Kingdom, and France) shared first place that year. In 1959, Berganza made her first appearances at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden as Rosina in Il barbiere di Siviglia, which became one of her signature roles. She was of the main characters in the so called Movida the cultural movement following the Franco dictatorship in Spain. Yolanda moved to Mexico in the early 1990s obtaining the role of Astrid in Lucía Méndez's telenovela Amor de nadie. She attended UPV/EHU studying Chemistry, where she met the rest of the members of La Oreja de Van Gogh. At this time also sang in an orchestra named Bahia Azul, and worked as and direction assistant in Astilleros de Cádiz. (+50.000 copies sold "Certified Gold in Spain") Tracks Elizabeth Forbes, writing in The Independent on 17 January 2005, also noted that "It is impossible to imagine a more purely beautiful voice than that of Victoria de los Ángeles at the height of her career in the 1950s and early 1960s". He’s the third and youngest child of Spanish singer Julio Iglesias and Filipina journalist Isabel Preysler. This list may not reflect recent changes . She had to suffer quite a few setbacks in her life, which were marked by poverty and grief. After a one year studying Spanish and Italian, she took off for Italy giving up her studies at the university. Next, she released Sensación and several compilations. She was born in Madrid, Spain as the daughter of Antonio González ('El Pescaílla') and Lola Flores. Salomé appeared on TVE in May 2006, after the Eurovision Song Contest, to discuss the outcome with 1968 winner, Massiel, and a few other friends. In 1998, she was nominated for a Goya award for her role in La hora de los valientes, and was named as one of European films 'Shooting Stars' by European Film Promotion in 1999. She started working for Spanish national newspaper, El Pais, in 1976, and was the first woman awarded the prestigious Manuel del Arco Prize two years later for her Sunday edition interviews. She was married to Antonio David Flores, a former Guardia Civil officer who is better known for his highly publicized relationship with Nuria Bermúdez. María Laura Corradini Falomir, popularly known as Chenoa (born June 25, 1975 in Mar del Plata, Argentina, but raised in Majorca, Spain) is a famous Argentine-Spanish female music artist who became successful after appearing on the TV contest Operación Triunfo. Elena was born in Palencia, Spain, on July 17th, 1975. La estrelle 8. Bibiana Fernández, also known as Bibí Andersen (Tangier, February 13, 1954) is a Spanish actress, singer and model. She left high-school and after spending six months in London, she started working in her mother's boutique in Majadahonda. Ainhoa came up for eviction 2 more times while being on the show. She is the daughter of the late Mexican comedian Germán Valdés and former singer Rosalía Julián. Ana Belén also appeared in various films: La petición by Pilar Miró, Emilia parada y fonda by Angelino Fons, El buscón by Luciano Berriatúa, La oscura historia de la prima Montse by Jordi Cadena, La criatura by Eloy de la Iglesia and Sonámbulos by Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón. She has a daughter with her ex boyfriend Carlos Orellana. In 1992 she enjoyed great success with her appearance in the soundtrack of Pedro Almodóvar's acclaimed film High Heels singing Agustín Lara's theme "Piensa en mí". La gitana 5. Following her debut, de Hidalgo was quickly engaged for Paris, where she sang Rosina opposite Feodor Chaliapin as Don Basilio. From 1957 to 1977 Berganza was married to the composer and pianist Félix Lavilla, with whom she recorded and performed regularly and with whom she has three children. Ca me rend fou 7. Valdés wrote and published her first book, La historia inédita de Tin Tán, a biography about her father, in 2003. Her Renditions of Celine Dion's Si Tu Eres Mi Hombre and Monica Naranjo's Sobrevivire made her one of the favorites to win. She studied Fine Arts at the Facultat de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi of University of Barcelona, Painting and Sculpture in the ateliers Massana and Leonardo da Vinci in Barcelona and Bell Canto in the Conservatory of Sofia. She started playing the guitar and composing songs at age 13. Since the beginning of her career, she has sold over five million albums. Signed by an agent at age 15, she made her acting debut at 16 on television and her feature film debut the following year in Jamón, jamón (1992), to critical acclaim. Their first single was called "No te enteras de ná", and their album (yet to be released) is called Más que palabras. In 1929, she made her debut in Paris, to warm acclaims and admiration of her dancing skill. Rosalía Valdés Julián (born 1958) is a Mexican singer and actress. Paula married singer “David Bustamante” in 2006, but the couple said … On 25 June 2006, Bebe announced that for now her album Pafuera Telarañas would be her debut and her farewell because she was retiring from the stage for a while. She was born April 12, 1986 in Lleida, Spain. She was part on two bands before recording her first album. She was born in Chipiona, Cádiz, Spain and was nicknamed "La más grande" ("The Greatest"). She has also directed opera shows and her works as a sculptor and as a painter have a clear surrealist influence. Her first release was in 1999, when she released the first single from her first and only album Fiesta, Vamos a la playa. Born in Madrid in 1975, Enrique Iglesias is a Spanish singer, songwriter, actor, and record producer that has sold over 12 million copies in the United States. Although Montero has played for crowds of over 120,000 she claims to be very shy. When she was a child she moved to Bilbao and now lives in Madrid. She is the winner of the second series of Operación Triunfo (Spanish version of Star Academy). Silvia Marty (born July 10, 1980; Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain) is a Spanish actress, dancer and singer. Her interest in music started when she was a child. Imperio Argentina obtained Spanish citizenship in 1999. Because of her grandparents' import-export business, she lived with her parents first in London, where she was born; and later in Chicago and La Habra, California, where she grew up. The album included rumbas, tangos, bulerías, boleros, rancheras and ballads by Silvio Rodríguez, Lolita de la Colina or Amancio Prada. The best singers of the 70s in Spanish Rated 26 points - posted 9 years ago by GuateGringo in category Music. Cruz achieved recognition for her lead roles in Vanilla Sky and Blow. Las cosas del amor 11. Since then, she has recorded more than 35 discs. Elena was born in Palencia, Spain, on July 17th, 1975. She is best known for roles in Mexican telenovelas and is a former member of the Spanish pop band Parchís. She settled in Rome when she was only 18 years old. On June 15, 1964, she married the flamenco dancer Federico Casado Algrenti, and she later inaugurated a restaurant in Madrid and a dancing academy in Seville. She was born in Valderrobres, Teruel Province (Spain), as Elvira Juana Rodríguez Roglán. Sinfanai retu 8. Nonetheless, she planned to continue touring the US and Mexico. She has also released three solo albums. Lydia Rodríguez Fernández (born 1980 in Madrid), better known as Lydia, is a Spanish pop singer. She is the daughter of Spanish musician Rudi Ventura and wife of Mexican actor Alejandro Aragón. Ever since she had begun primary school, she always wished for a career as an actress, a fact which remained secret for a while. Latin Pop Primer: The 15 Female Artists You Need to Know Now From Sofia Reyes to Rosalia, Natti Natasha to Lali, these are the ladies who deserve a spot on your Spotify playlists. This album included her first big hit single, "Dámelo ya", which sold 120,000 copies in Spain and was also a number one hit in Turkey. Top 20 Spanish singers of the 70's 21 items ranked. Described by many as a Picasso come-to-life, Rossy de Palma broke the rules of beauty in 1988 when she starred in Pedro Almodóvar’s Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown and became a model and muse for designers like Jean-Paul Gaultier, Thierry Mugler, and Sybilla. She's also appeared on album covers of some Spanish bands and featured in David DeMaría's music videos Sin miedo a perder and El perfume de la soledad. Divorced, she married bullfighter José Ortega Cano, and they adopted two children, Gloria Camila and José Fernando. She is admired for her technical virtuosity, musical intelligence and beguiling stage presence. She became part of the Basel Opera company between 1957 and 1959, singing a repertoire that included Mozart (Erste Dame in The Magic Flute) and Richard Strauss (Salome) in German, unusual for Spanish singers, but which proved useful for her next engagement at the Bremen Opera (1959–1962). Lucrezia Bori was born in Valencia, Spain. After that she participated in several TV series, such as Hermanos de leche, Farmacia de guardia or Querido maestro, but her most successful role was in the series Raquel busca su sitio with Cayetana Guillén Cuervo. Registration is fast, free and easy. She takes inspiration from all of the world: sounds from Santo Domingo, ballenatos from Colombia, Spanish flamenco and even Mexican bachata and ranchera. Dúrcal was born in the working class district of Cuatro Caminos, Madrid (Spain). Amaia Montero joined, María Rodríguez, also known as La Mala, La Mala María, or Mala Rodríguez (Mala, Spanish for bad), is a Latin Grammy Award-Winning Spanish hip hop singer. She was married to Daniel Calparsoro and in 2004, she had a son, Teo. When her mother fell ill, Chenoa had to stand in for her. Two of her film roles won her praise: as Ana in Lovers of the Arctic Circle, and as Elena in Sex and Lucia (Spanish title Lucía y el sexo). Priscilla's music can be classified as 'Ethereal gothic' or dark new age, based in the spectral spellbinding of fairytales, concept that also nourishes her fantasy and fairy art as illustrator and photographer. An active child, she excelled in karate and mountain climbing. This category has only the following subcategory. Throughout the 1990s Gabriel released an album almost every year. Her sister, Amparo Llanos, taught her to play the guitar and influenced her music style with The Beatles, REM and Nirvana. By 1997, Ana felt confident enough to sing again and moved to London to record her first solo album, Puntos Cardinales (Cardinal points). She finished 8th at Eurovision with the song Dime (Tell Me), that was a number 1 hit in Spain and that edition of the contest was the most watched TV program in Spain of 2003. La Serneta (Jerez de la Frontera, 1837 – Utrera, 1910) was a famous Spanish flamenco singer (cantaora). Raquel is the second of six children. Eight months later, her live album En Vivo showcased her powerful stage act and scored several hits: "Hice Bien Quererte", "Propuesta", and "Solamente una Vez". After seven Mecano albums and huge success in Europe and Latin America, the continuous touring began taking its toll on the band. In 1989, she represented Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Nacida Amar, and in 2001, she became the headmistress of the very successful Spanish reality TV show Operación Triunfo. In 2003 she competed in the musical talent show Operación Triunfo. She was invited by Franklin Roosevelt to dance in, Pastora Pavón Cruz, known as La Niña de los Peines (Seville, Spain, February 10, 1890 - November 26, 1969), is considered the most important woman flamenco singer of the 20th century. She began her career with only 10 years old. "Como Pude" was released as second single, but sales were not as high as expected. Just as I am 11. She became well-known in Spain for parodies of Madonna's Hung Up and Can't Get You Out of My Head and 2 Hearts, both by Kylie Minogue. Amid this, the second single, Que No Puede Ser (What You Can't Be), became a lot more successful than the first single, due to another expensive video (this time, based on the film Mean Girls) and a big promotional tour across Spain, where Natalia sang live on many important TV shows. With her extreme beauty, she was often teased and physically abused by her female classmates, so her mother decided to hire a private teacher. In the meantime, she acquired a solid knowledge of flamenco styles, mainly by listening intensively to recordings of flamenco cantaores like Juan Valderrama, Manolo Caracol, Camarón de la Isla, Lole Montoya and most of all, Pastora Pavón, also known as La Niña de los Peines. In television, Operación Triunfo wasn't her first appearance, she was at age 10 in Menudas Estrellas and Menudo Show, at age 12 in Sabor a ti and at age 16 in Cerca de ti. La Terremoto de Alcorcón (in English, The Earthquake of Alcorcon), is a Spanish singer. The situation changed with the appearance of the group Malevaje. It is generally accepted that she was born in 1878 in Granada, Spain, though the exact year and date of her birth are disputed (some sources give 1874 or 1876). Explore more top 100 lists about Music on or participate in ranking the stuff already on the all time Most famous Female Singers from Spain top list below. She is widely recognized as one of the most important flamenco voices of her generation. If you enjoyed listening to this one, maybe you will like: 1. In 2006, Elsa moved for a year and a half to Argentina, where she played 'Marilyn' in the TV series Alma Pirata and 'Barbara' in Romeo y Julieta. Her second son, Pedro Antonio, was born January 21, 2006, the same day as his grandmother Lola Flores. Later in life, she bagged many decent roles and several television shows. With that company, de Hidalgo sang in Rigoletto (with Enrico Caruso) and La sonnambula (with Alessandro Bonci) in the same season. She then joined the cast of Muchachitas after the soap became a hit. Famous People From Spain Spanish Male Singers Spanish Female Singers Pop Singers Opera Singers Find out more about the greatest Spanish Singers, including Enrique Iglesias, Elsa Pataky, Diego Boneta, Julio Iglesias and Placido Domingo. It was produced by Latin grammy award winning record executive, Emilio. Gloria has a special place in my heart and listening to her music is one of the true pleasures in life. Everywhere you go, the region is full of artistic expression and a testament to this is the continuous success that artists have had, and keep on achieving, in this area. In the 1980s, she began working with Pedro Almodóvar, the famous movie director, and she performed in many of his movies. multi-ethnic mature musicians in live band having discussion between songs - spanish singers male stock pictures, royalty-free photos & images . Rosana Arbelo (full name Rosana Arbelo Gopar; born October 24, 1964), is a Spanish singer and composer. Nov 22, 2016 - Explore Margarita Salinas's board "female spanish singers" on Pinterest. In 1963 she also starred the funny Marisol Rumbo a Río (Marisol Is Bound For Rio), where she played both twins like Hayley Mills in "The Parent Trap" and sang "Bossanova junto a ti", Dame Montserrat Caballé (Catalan: [munsəˈrat kəβəˈʎe], Spanish: [monseˈrat kaβaˈʎe]) (born 12 April 1933) is a Spanish operatic soprano. Most famous Female Singers from Spain is a public top list created by Listnerd on on February 19th 2014. Rosa started singing at weddings, baptisms, communions and celebrations for the people of Granada home over the weekend with her younger brother at the piano and her father. Very little is known about the life of this singer. Spanish singer-songwriter and actress Bebe (Maria Nieves Rebolledo Vila) was born in Valencia, May 9, 1978. Her obituary in The Times noted that she must be counted “among the finest singers of the second half of the 20th century. The result, India, featured 11 self-written tracks, including covers of Frank Sinatra (That's life). Her voice can be soothing, melancholic or upbeat, depending on the … Pilar Sánchez Luque (born September 27, 1978 in Coria del Río, Seville), better known by her stage name Pastora Soler, is a Spanish singer. Her musical style can be defined as the classical Spanish canción de autor or singer-songwriter, but it shows influences of Frank Sinatra, K's Choice and Los Planetas. ... Acetre is one of the most emblematic and experienced groups within the folk panorama of Extremadura,Spain.Starting from a rich ... Maria del Mar Bonet i Verdaguer (b.1947)is a Catalan singer from the island of Mallorca. Between the mid ‘60s and mid ‘70s, Spain saw an explosion of girl-pop, records made by female singers that used mainstream pop styles sometimes mixed with traditional Spanish music. Appearances in Monte Carlo, Prague, and Cairo followed. In 2003, Natalia released Besa mi piel (Kiss My Skin). There, Chenoa acquired a good stage presence before entering the first edition of, Conchita Supervía (December 8–9, 1895–March 30, 1936) was a highly popular Spanish (Catalan) mezzo-soprano singer who appeared in opera in Europe and America and also gave recitals. - spanish singers male stock pictures, royalty-free photos & images. Orla (Kathleene) is a Spanish Opera/Pop Singer.Kathleene dropped her first name unofficially after her manager suggested she should because Kathleene was not ethnic enough. She was a pupil of Melchiorre Vidal, who also taught Maria Barrientos, Graziella Pareto, Julián Gayarre, Fernando Valero, Francesco Vignas, and Rosina Storchio. Recently she appeared as a regular feature of TVE2's late-night programme, presented by Cayetana Guillén Cuervo. Del Río performed in Argentina's theaters, where she had a long and successful career. She attained a bachelor's degree in law in Spain before deciding to dedicate herself to music and composition. Since the early 1990s, Spain’s hip hop scene has been growing, mixing latin influences with flamenco and a Southern US trap vibe. Its sounds explored the rhythms of her birthplace in the Canary Islands. Her birth name has sometimes been misreported as Victoria de los Angeles Gómez Cima. Oropesa, Castellon, Spain. Uranga is the only of the twenty three past and present members of Mocedades to last from its inception to present day, although she took time off in 1978 after the birth of her daughter and in 1982 due to illness. Raquel del Rosario is the vocalist of this Spanish Band, and she has written and composed most of their songs with the help of David and Juan. In this way, our students get new vocabulary and know Spanish culture. Entre Lyon y Barcelona 2. She became an international sensation, from Spain to Japan. In 2002, she became a contestant in the second series of Spanish Fame Academy, Operación Triunfo. In 1911 she sang the role of Octavian in the first Italian language production of Richard Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier at the Teatro Constanzi in Rome. Rosa Maria Lopez Cortés was born in Peñuelas, Láchar (Granada) on 14 January 1981 to Eduardo Lopez and Francisca Cortés. Although Orla and her family were extravagantly rich, her father never let her forget that she was no different than any other human. He cast her in roles based on her unique, Picassoesque appearance. Berganza made her operatic debut as Dorabella in Così fan tutte in 1957 at the Aix-en-Provence Festival. Juana Reina Castrillo, Juanita Reina , alias La Reina de la Copla (Copla Queen) (Seville, August 25, 1925-Seville, March 19, 1999) was a Spanish actress and copla singer. Although her parents supported her talent, they did not want it to become her career. She has a bachelor's degree in history of art, with a specialisation in modern art. During 1905 she toured parts of Europe, singing in Holland, Belgium and France as part of the Castellano Company, which also included tenor Nicola Zerola and, Rocío Dúrcal (October 4, 1944 – March 25, 2006), born as María de los Ángeles de las Heras Ortiz, was a Spanish singer and actress, known artistically as Rocío Dúrcal. Supervía was born in Barcelona to an old Andalusian family and given the baptismal name of María de la Concepción Supervía Pascual. Restriction of travel to other regions. She also acts in France and does modeling; she has appeared in Sam suffit, Hors jeu, Le Boulet (2002) and Laisse tes mains sur mes hanches. Andalucía is home to a multitude of singers, bands and dancers, and has drawn others from across the world for many years. She has performed in operas at the Liceu in Barcelona, La Scala, and the Palau de la Música de València. Her real name was Merced Fernández Vargas, and she was a very popular celebrity in flamenco cafés. In 1924, at the invitation of maestro Arturo Toscanini, she made her debut at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, as Sieglinde in Walkure, and went on singing there as Alice Ford in Falstaff, the Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier, the Countess in Le nozze di Figaro, and created the role of Dolly at the world premiere of Wolf-Ferrari's opera Sly in 1927, with the great Italian tenor Aureliano Pertile. Her performance in the movie El Vuelo de la cigüeña (1979) earned her a Heraldo prize. Born in the famous quarter of Alameda de Hércules, in Seville, she started singing for the public as at the age of 8, in the Seville Spring Fair. 10 Famous Spanish Singers Who’ll Teach You the Language with Flair 1. While temporarily living in Argentina, the Spanish diva participated in a successful musical called La zapatera prodigiosa, based on Federico García Lorca's work. In 2001, Papá Levante was awarded Premio Ondas as the best new Spanish music group and her performances in their 2003. Throughout history, there have been many Spanish women singers who have made significant contribution to the field. Nuria Fernández Gómez, Nuria Fergó, (born Nerja, April 18, 1979) is a Spanish singer and actress. Joaquín Sabina, or instead, Joaquín Ramón Martínez Sabina, is among Spain’s most well-known cantautores. ]]>, Singer-songwriter David Bisbal, Originally from Almería. Soon after Raquel and David met Juan Luis Suárez, and the three created El Sueño de Morfeo. Create, share and discover top lists about the best stuff in life, like the best video games, movies, music, TV-series or makeup. Spanish Singers. María Jiménez Gallego (born 1951, Triana, Seville) is a popular Spanish singer, who started her career in tablaos (flamenco taverns like Las Brujas sponsored by La Pipa in the first years of Spanish democracy after Francisco Franco's dictatorship. Born as Rosa María Coscolin in Vilafranca del Penedès, Catalonia, she achieved a degree of fame and success in the 1950s and 1960s, with songs such as Amour, castagnettes et tango (1955), Etranger au paradis (1956, a French version of Stranger in paradise by Tony Bennett), Buenas noches mi amor (1957) and Bon voyage (1958). She has sold over 8 million albums worldwide. Lorena Gomez Pérez (born April 12, 1986 in Lleida) is a Spanish pop singer known artistically as Lorena. But her most successful moments came after she moved to Spain. The first album that she released with this band, Será (It will be), was nominated to the Latin Grammy Awards 2009. Rafael Ojeda Rojas alias Falete (Spanish pronunciation: [faˈlete]) (Seville, 1978) is a gay gypsy flamenco singer from Seville, Spain. A versatile singer, she showcased her talent as an interpreter of many different musical styles, from lambada to mariachi and romantic ballads to pop music. She obtained the second position. 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