The legendary Spanish singer Dyango, mythical figure of the romantic genre, He will arrive in Argentina in May with a recital where he will be seen for the first time together with his son Marcos Llunas and his nephew Axel.
The debut will be on May 20 in the Cordovan capital to offer a single function in Quality Espacio, a few days before its passage on the 24th in the playground from Buenos Aires.
a special show
With his show”Three generations, one heart“, which will also take him to the stages in Chile, Paraguay and Peru, will review part of the repertoire that has marked several generations and which has ended up elevating him to the idol of the ballad songbook in Spanish.
Some of his hits are Magic heart, to see you again AND The first kissamong others, while participating in great duets with Rocío Dúrcal, Paco de Lucía, Celia Cruz, Oscar D’León, Sheena Easton and Pimpinela.
a successful career
With a career spanning more than 60 years, José Gómez “Dyango” Romero will have the pleasure of touring with his son Marcos Llunas, who debuted as a singer in 1993 and with an album produced by his father, and his nephew Axel Llunas , also he actor and known for playing Sergio Basteri, the brother of Luis Miguel.
The 83-year-old Spanish star holds 55 gold records and 40 platinum records -both in Spain and Latin America and the United States- and multiple Grammy nominations.
He made his debut at the 1965 Duero Song Festival and in 1969 he released his first album, which bears his name. The following year he traveled to Argentina, where he starred with Ginamaría Hidalgo in the film The world belongs to the young, at the same time he released an album of the same name. This step has opened the doors of the Latin American market.
In 1976, he obtained the Golden Mermaid award for the best performer and for the best song at the Benidorm Festival with the theme If I were him. Following that result, his career has grown both nationally and internationally.
With tango recording nostalgia consolidated his conquest of the Spanish market for romantic ballads. In 1980 she represented Spain at the OTI Festival with the song want and losewritten by Ray Girado, runner-up.
In 1988 he paid homage to the music of Buenos Aires with his album Tangobecoming one of the few non-Rioplatense artists to be accepted and blessed by the tango environment, where he made a great friendship with Roberto Goyeneche.
In 1985, together with the duo Pimpinela, he recorded the song For that man. In 1989 he recorded the album sigh, where he included the argument The one who loved you the most by the composer Concha Valdes Miranda, achieving worldwide success.
In 1993 he recorded the CD Death of love where he sang a duet with Nana Mouskouri: wait for me in heavenLos Panchos theme
The following year he recorded a fool like merecord where he sang in duet with the Mexican Armando Manzanero, author and director of all the songs.
In 2014 he announced his farewell to his musical profession, making one last tour in Latin America and Spain, Gracias y adiós Tour. However, to the delight of his fans, he will now return to local stages.
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