Glossary of Puerto Rican singers       Article     History   Tree Map
  Encyclopedia of Keywords > Glossaries > Glossary of Puerto Rican Singers /   Michael Charnine

Keywords and Sections
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Glossary of Puerto Rican Singers"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.


  1. Linda was also a part time model.
  2. Linda was now known to all as "La India".


  1. Monge was honored in 1996 by the Puerto Rican Senate for her long career as a singer and actress.
  2. Monge was mentioned by Guiness after the singer performed at three Puerto Rican venues located in different cities in just one day. (Web site)


  1. Lozada is a JDV pawn.
  2. Lozada is a common surname in the Spanish language.
  3. Lozada is a phony.

Felipe Rodriguez

  1. Hector admired Felipe Rodriguez a famous singer of romantic ballads. (Web site)
  2. In 1954, he formed a duo with Felipe Rodriguez. (Web site)
  3. The city of Caguas named the main auditorium of its own Center for Performing Arts as the Felipe Rodriguez Hall.

Liz Torres

  1. Liz Torres - A master of the dramatic expressive visual art. (Web site)
  2. Liz Torres is a comedian, actress, and singer.
  3. Liz Torres is a good working actor, as is Lauren Graham, Kelly Bishop, Sally, etc.
  4. Liz Torres is an American actress, singer and comedian. (Web site)
  5. Liz Torres was born in the Bronx in 1947.

Brenda Starr

  1. Brenda Starr is a comic strip about a glamorous, adventurous reporter. (Web site)
  2. Brenda Starr is a wonderful little film that is silly for sure, but funny.
  3. Brenda Starr is a comic strip about the title character, a glamorous, adventurous reporter .


  1. Bomba is a music, rhythm and dance that was brought by West African slaves to the island of Puerto Rico.
  2. Bomba is a style of music and dance imported from West Africa during the time of slavery, with its modern development beginning in Lo--za and Ponce.

Celia Cruz

  1. Celia Cruz was one of Latin music's most respected vocalists.
  2. Celia Cruz was born on October 21, 1924, and grew up in the Barrio, Santo Suarez, near Havana, Cuba. (Web site)
  3. Celia Cruz was married when she died and before she died she won something.


  1. Caro is a dutch singer and this album was released in 1980.
  2. Caro is a graduate of Cornell University’s College of Arts & Sciences.
  3. Caro is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner.
  4. Caro is a village in the U.S. state of Michigan .
  5. Caro is also a city in Michigan in the United States .


  1. The Album was an instant hit in Colombia and Latin America. (Web site)
  2. The album is a classic.
  3. The album is a polished affair that finds the young singer wrapping his substantial vocals around a bevy of dreamy ballads and mid-tempo swooners. (Web site)
  4. The album is called Springtime In New York and it'll be released in Spain on Sept.
  5. The album was a hit and cemented the singer's ability to tacke any kind of music.


  1. The albums were not as successful as expected, however, and later, Cruz joined the Vaya Records label. (Web site)
  2. The albums were not as successful as expected, however, and Cruz later joined the Vaya Records label. (Web site)

Americo Boschetti

  1. Currently Americo Boschetti continues to write, record and perform with his band.
  2. Americo Boschetti (born April 18, 1951 in Santurce, Puerto Rico) is a singer and composer.

Angela Meyer

  1. Angela Meyer is a designer with experience in design planning and strategy, design research, and information design.
  2. Angela Meyer is a parishioner and member of the Faith Formation Commission who serves as teh facilitator in the course.


  1. Angelo was at the time of his departure from Menudo the most popular and best singer by far of the Menudo group.
  2. Angelo was replaced by Cesar Abreu, however he lasted about 7 months only to be replaced by the first Mexican member Adrian Olivares. (Web site)


  1. Avellanet is a native of Mayaguez .
  2. Avellanet is a native of Mayagüez . (Web site)


  1. Benitez is a complex study.
  2. Benitez is a huge asset to Liverpool, more so than any player, and any club in the world would be delighted to have him in charge of their team.
  3. Benitez was soon an in-demand DJ, which led to work at Electric Circus and Studio 54. (Web site)
  4. Benitez was soon solicitated in other clubs and worked for Electric Circus and Studio 54. (Web site)


  1. Bobby was raised in humble surroundings in his family's farm.
  2. Bobby was also the musical arranger for the Fania All Stars.
  3. Bobby was raised in humble surroundings on his family's farm.

Bobby Cruz

  1. In New York in 1964 Bobby Cruz met fellow Puerto Rican singer Richie Ray and soon joined his orchestra as a back-up singer.
  2. The term boogaloo was probably coined in about 1966 by Richie Ray and Bobby Cruz. (Web site)
  3. En el año 1964 el pianista Richie Ray conoce y enlista al joven Puertorriqueño Bobby Cruz como corista en su nueva orquesta. (Web site)


  1. Cancel was a member during the worldwide Menudo craze of the early 1980s. (Web site)
  2. Cancel is a generic type which allows the reader familiar with the system to visualize the general configuration of the cancel.


  1. Carattini was born and raised in the country town of Cidra, Puerto Rico where he received his primary and secondary education. (Web site)
  2. Carattini was raised in the country town of Cidra where he received his primary and secondary education.

Carlos Ponce

  1. Carlos Ponce is a Latin-American singing star and actor.
  2. Carlos Ponce is a good actor, besides being a terrific singer, and I hope that in the future we will be able to see more of his work.
  3. Carlos Ponce is a good latin POP artist.
  4. Carlos Ponce is a multi-platinum recording artist, actor, TV host and humanitarian, who is currently a special correspondent for ---Entertainment Tonight.
  5. Carlos Ponce is a talented illustrator and polished graphic communicator with more than 20 years of experience in graphic design and Illustration.


  1. Chacon is a good calculated risk.
  2. Chacon is a settlement about seven miles north of Holman on the Rio Mora.


  1. Charlie was a youth of family and education who had run away from home and lived on occasional remittances. (Web site)
  2. Charlie was asked to come back one more time for the tour, which was quite successful, but it was apparent that the group's popularity wasn't the same.


  1. Chayanne is a major heartthrob to teenagers in his native Puerto Rico and in many of the surrounding Latin countries.
  2. Chayanne is also a kind and humble person and thats what i love about him.
  3. Chayanne is an avid golfer.
  4. Chayanne is one of today's popular baby names.
  5. Chayanne was back. (Web site)


  1. Cheo was also an anti-war activist during the Viet Nam War era.
  2. Cheo was only nine when he began playing congas and timbal for a local steel band in Puerto Rico.
  3. Cheo: All the hits of the 60-s, 70-s and 80-s were practically his songs. (Web site)
  4. Cheo: The personnel selected was incredible. (Web site)

Cheo Feliciano

  1. Cheo Feliciano recorded a tribute to Tito honoring his memory. (Web site)
  2. As he grew more involved in music, he drew his inspiration from Puerto Rico's great sonero Ismael Rivera, as well as Cheo Feliciano.
  3. Cheo Feliciano (born July 3, 1935 in Ponce, Puerto Rico), is a composer and singer of salsa and bolero music.


  1. Children are killed along the way.
  2. The children are the important ones in this case and they will resent her for doing that.
  3. The children were musically gifted and appeared on stage and in a number of variety shows on television.


  1. Rosaly began to take singing class when she became a young teenager.
  2. At the age of eight, she began to take acting class with Luis A. Negro, and dancing class with Beatriz Trujillo. (Web site)
  3. Telemundo no longer transmits locally produced television programs and thus, is no longer a source of income to the local artistic class. (Web site)


  1. Cordero was a self-educated Puerto Rican who provided free schooling to children regardless of their race. (Web site)
  2. Cordero was born into a poor family, his father was a poor man who worked in the tobacco fields. (Web site)


  1. Corretjer is a successful Puerto Rican pop singer, the Times said.
  2. Corretjer is a successful Puerto Rican pop singer.
  3. Corretjer was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and has been singing since the age of 8.


  1. Cortijo was also a member of the Conjunto Monterrey, based in Monterrey, Mexico. (Web site)
  2. Cortijo was at his peak in 1962 when he was arrested for drugs. (Web site)
  3. Cortijo was instrumental in making sure his new musical group had trumpet s and saxofone s as well.
  4. Cortijo was instrumental in making sure his new musical group had trumpets and saxofones as well.


  1. Crespo was to co-write the majority of songs on Aerosmith's 1982 album Rock in a Hard Place, performing almost all the guitar duties on the album.
  2. Crespo was to co-write the majority of songs on Aerosmiths 1982 album Rock in a Hard Place, performing almost all the guitar duties on the album.


  1. Cruz was not slowed by age and still toured heavily and recorded well into her seventies. (Web site)
  2. Cruz was the subject of a 1988 BBC documentary and appeared in films such as The Mambo Kings (1992). (Web site)


  1. A cuatro is a Puerto Rican four stringed guitar.
  2. The cuatro is a major instrument in Puerto Rican jibaro country music.
  3. The Cuatro is a plucked string instrument, similar to a guitar, with a traced history of more than 300 years.


  1. Davilita is one of the singers with the highest output of recording, about 3,000.
  2. Davilita was born in Puerto Rico but, his parents imigrated to New York when he was only a child.
  3. Davilita was born in Puerto Rico but, his parents immagrated to New York when he was only a child.
  4. Davilita was born in Puerto Rico but, his parents immigrated to New York when he was only a child.
  5. Davilita was lead vocals for the memorable songs penned by Flores. (Web site)

El Reencuentro

  1. El Reencuentro was the name that six ex-members of famous group Menudo used for their comeback concert remembering Menudo's Golden Era. (Web site)
  2. El Reencuentro was the name that six ex-members of famous group Menudo used for their comeback concert remembering Menudos Golden Era. (Web site)

Eric West

  1. Eric West is a student of Prof.
  2. Eric West is a experienced ring veteran who's wrestled.
  3. Eric West is a guitarist, publisher, author and composer.
  4. Eric West is a member of the PawPaw chapter and will present rain gardens as an alternative to wet retention ponds.
  5. Eric West is a musician, composer, teacher and publisher. (Web site)


  1. Estremera became famous by 1989, year in which he began to tour all over Latin America. (Web site)
  2. Estremera departed to pursue a solo career in 1985. (Web site)
  3. Estremera headlined on the album “En Acci--n” (1984), accompanied by Valent--n and his band. (Web site)


  1. Fans are encouraged to act quickly as only a limited number of Colvin Grill ticket packages are available.
  2. Fans were also now coming from many different countries to see him play.
  3. The fans were really receptive to this idea.


  1. Farrait was the first to leave, right in the middle of Menudo mania.
  2. Farrait was the first to leave, right in the middle of Menudomania.


  1. FELICIANO is the sound who lit the fire of a whole generation in the laste 60's and early 70's. (Web site)
  2. Feliciano is a Miami native who learned to polish his artistic style from The New World School of Art.
  3. Feliciano was also an anti-war activist during the Viet Nam War era.
  4. Feliciano was born on September 10, 1945, into a Puerto Rican family barely supported by his father's work as a farmer. (Web site)
  5. Feliciano was raised and educated in the city of Ponce, which is located in the southern part of Puerto Rico.

Felipe Rose

  1. Felipe Rose is a native New Yorker , having been raised and brought up in Brooklyn.
  2. Felipe Rose is a founding member of the band The Village People.
  3. Felipe Rose is a native New Yorker, having been born and raised in Brooklyn.
  4. Felipe Rose was discovered by French record producer Jacques Morali as he performed in a Greenwich Village nightclub wearing his costume. (Web site)


  1. Fernandez was heard by Mingo, a bandleader of a locally popular band and was hired.
  2. Fernandez was signed to a contract with that orchestra: Mingo and his Whoopee Kids. (Web site)
  3. Fernandez was the honoree at a special concert in San Juan’s Bellas Artes concert hall. (Web site)


  1. Flores was one of 12 children born into a poor family in the town of Naguabo, Puerto Rico. (Web site)
  2. Flores was one of 12 children born into a poor family. (Web site)

Related Keywords

    * Carlos Pizarro * Don Omar * Frankie Lymon * Frankie Ruiz * Gilberto Monroig * Gilberto Santa Rosa * Glenn * Glenn Monroig * Group * Hector * Herman Santiago * Howie Dorough * Iris Chacon * Ismael Miranda * Ismael Quintana * Ismael Rivera * Jeannie Ortega * Jerry Rivera * Johanna * Johanna Rosaly * Johnny * Johnny Albino * Jose * Jose Feliciano * Julito Rodriguez * Kelis * Kevin * Kevin Ceballo * Lavoe * La India * Luis Fonsi * Luis Miguel * Lunna * Mambo * Marc Anthony * Martin * Masso * Melendez * Mendez * Menudo * Michael Stuart * Monroig * Myrta Silva * Nazario * Nieves * Orlando * Oscar Melendez * Pacheco * Paoli * Pedro * Pedro Ortiz Davila * Pellin Rodriguez * Plena * Puente * Puerto Rican Singers * Puerto Rico * Queen * Rawy Torres * Raymond * Raymond Acevedo * Raymond Ayala * Ray Barretto * Rene Farrait * Richie * Richie Ray * Ricky Lopez * Ricky Martin * Ricky Melendez * Rivera * Roberto Roena * Rodriguez * Rojas * Rosa * Rosello * Roy Brown * Ruth Fernandez * Sallaberry * Salsa * Sandra Zaiter * Santana * Santiago * San Juan * Serbia * Sergio Blass * Shalim Ortiz * Sylvia Rexach * Teenagers * Tickets * Tirado * Tito Lara * Tito Puente * Tito Rodriguez * Tito Rojas * Tommy Olivencia * Tony Ocasio * Tony Vega * Vadiz * Vigoreaux * Village People * Wilkins * Willie * Yolandita * Zoraida Santiago
  1. Books about "Glossary of Puerto Rican Singers" in

Book: Keywen Category Structure

  Short phrases about "Glossary of Puerto Rican Singers"
  Originally created: March 26, 2008.
  Links checked: March 27, 2013.
  Please send us comments and questions by this Online Form
  Please click on Move Up to move good phrases up.
0.031 sec. a=1..