Jose Alfonso Lorca (born July 10, 1976), better known as his stage name Lorca, is a Spanish pop/rock singer and songwriter. His early debut career started with the band Rumbo and the albums "Ciencias Naturales" (1995) and "Amor A Plazos" (1997). Years later, Lorca left the band and released his debut solo album titled "El Último Quijote" (1998). In 2001, he realeased his second and self-titled solo album: "Lorca", which includes hits "Bésame en la boca" and "Me has vuelto Loco".
There are 2 artists with this name: 1. Michael Lynch is an up and coming artist from Chicago but Latino at heart. Even though he is North American, he is fluent in Spanish and is currently in Miami working on his music. Michael describes his style as Spanish-American Pop. http://www.michaellynchmusic.com/ 2. Michael Lynch is an upcoming acoustic artist from Nottingham , former frontman for Nottingham based band beneaththecrimsonskyline. Currently his demo is available for free via download.
Enrique Iglesias (born Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler on May 8, 1975, in Madrid, Spain) is a Miami-based singing sensation and multi-million-album seller. He is the son of famous Spanish singer Julio Iglesias and Spanish-mestiza Filipina socialite and Hola! magazine journalist Isabel Preysler. He also is the brother of Chabeli Iglesias and Julio José Iglesias, and half-brother of Tamara Falcó and Ana Boyer (from his mother's side) and Miguel Alejandro, Rodrigo, Cristina, Victoria and Guillermo Iglesias (from his father's side).
There are several (at least 11) artists by the name Lola: 1. Side project of Arthur Russell 2. French-born New York-based singer/songwriter. 3. Hungarian pop singer. (Korsós Judit) 4. Jennifer Lopez' alter-ego in her upcoming music project. 5. Mexican pop singer/actress Eiza Gonzalez (better known as Lola). 6. Danish pop-rock band started in the 90s. 7. Russian alternative rock band. http://www.showcaseyourmusic.com/LOLA
There at least two artist by the name of India, one from the United States and one from the United Kingdom. 1) A highly-emotive approach to Latin music has led to Puerto Rico-born and Bronx, New York-raised La India (born: Linda Viera Caballero) being dubbed, "The Princess of Salsa." Her 1994 album, Dicen Que Soy, spent months on the Latin charts. While known for her Salsa recordings, India started out recording Freestyle w/ her debut album Breaking Night in 1990 as well as lending her vocals to many house classics.
Mango is a name that has been used more than once: (1) An Israeli pop - girl band.
(2) A popular Italian singer.
(3) A pop band from Lithuania.
(4) A alternative punk / ska band from Rīga, Latvia.
(5) A progressive house producer and DJ from Moscow, Russia. Mango (1):
A Israeli pop girl band, that worked between between the years 1988-1991, originated from the Israeli Defense Forces - Northern Command Band.
Juan Fernando Fonseca is a colombian singer. His most famous song is "Te mando flores". He started making music at the age of 5 and by the age of 12 he had already sold 500 copies of his first song. In the year 2002 he released his album named "Fonseca" and the most important songs from that CD were: "Noches de carnaval", "Sueño", "Confiésame" and "Magangué". This lead him to perform with Shakira, Juanes and Carlos Vives, all colombian singers like him.
Jazziz praised Brazilian guitarist Badi Assad (pronounced Bah-Jee Ah-Sahje) as "a virtuoso of the highest order" while Guitar Player pegged her as "fearless!" Wonderland, her second for Deutsche Grammophone is not only an album fantasy and hope; it is also a plea for some sanity in this insane world of ours. The CD touches on many taboo topics including rape, prejudice, child prostitution and loss of cultural identity.
There are most certainly many Axels. 1.) Latin Pop singer. From all music guide:
"Born in Rafael Calzada, a small town in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Axel Fernando began playing the piano at an early age, even gaining acceptance into the national conservatory, though he initially ended up deciding he would rather concentrate on more classic scholastic training. This didn't last too long, however; at 17 he realized it was music he truly wanted to pursue, and began practicing and looking for work.
Alejandro Fernandez (born April 24, 1971) is a popular Latin Grammy-winning Mexican singer nicknamed as "El Potrillo" ("The Little Colt") by the media and his fans. ] Alejandro originally specialized in traditional, earthy forms of Mexican folk and country music, such as mariachi and ranchera. However, his more recent work has focused on mainstream pop music. He is the son of Vicente Fernández, also a popular Mexican country singer.