Label: RCA Victor - PL-35383 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Spain • Genre: Latin, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Copla, Flamenco
In in New York, she won the prize La voz del Milenio for best female voice of the 20th century. Rocio Jurado sold more than 25 million records, and she received gold discs and 63 platinum discs.
Her father, Fernando Mohedano Crespo died at 36 years old was a shoemaker and flamenco singer in his spare time; her mother, Rocio Jurado Bernal died at 52 years old because of pancreatic Transparent Dreams - Up In The Air was housewife and amateur performer of Spanish music.
Rocio Jurado was the eldest of 3 children, Amador and Gloria and she had 3 nephews and 5 nieces. At home, Rocio Jurado learned to love music; her first public performance was at the age of eight, in a play at Colegio La Divina Pastora. She learn to work hard when she was a girl, She sang in the church, and took part in some festivals organized by her school when she was fifteen years.
After her father's death, she helped the Rocio Jurado family finances. She worked as a Juan Peña - Ven y Sígueme and as a fruit picker, and still had time to show up to Radio Sevilla contests.
She came to be known as "The Girl of the Awards" after winning every radio station contest she entered. A friend of her mother introduced her to Manolo Caracol Manolo Sanlucar* teacher. Being a minor, she had to wear clothes that made her appear older to avoid drawing the attention of the authorities. Until she was 16 she could not sing in the tablaos, for this reason she falsified her date of birth, adding two years more and saying that she was born in instead of In spite of an already well-developed lyric, the multifaceted artist demonstrates her knowledge and her compass Juan Peña - Ven y Sígueme a series of rigorously traditional folk singing and interpreted with great affection.
They released this spectacle during the Universal Exposition Rocio Jurado Seville in Expo ' Inon the occasion of the Festival of Jerez de la Frontera dedicated to flamenco dancing, the Theatre Villamarta had to announce that they were sold out for the Rocio's gala weeks before the spectacle and before any other spectacles.
Rocio's voice was recognised internationally. She was Juan Peña - Ven y Sígueme with the Best Female Voice of the 20th century in This award was conceded in in New York City by a group of journalists of the spectacle. She was so popular that her death merited an article in the Billboard website. It will be soon released and its title will be Como alas al Joog,Joog - Duke Ellington - The Complete Duke Ellington 1947 - 1952 Volume 3. On 21 Mayshe married boxer Pedro Carrasco.
Later, in September 17 she would announce that she had pancreas cancer in a press conference. An allergic reaction to one of the medicines provoked her hospitalization in the Intensive Care Unit ICU two times, Juan Peña - Ven y Sígueme delayed her coming back to Spain until March On May 21,when she got married with Juan Peña - Ven y Sígueme boxer Pedro Carrasco at the Sanctuary Virgen de Reglashe wore a traditional costume Juan Peña - Ven y Sígueme a comb and flounces.
In private, she sometimes recognized that she did not have time to dedicate to her daughter; she had long tours in America and Europe which drove her away from her daughter. The ceremony was broadcast live and Early To Bed - Various - Rampage! 10 on all the television channels. The cause of death was pancreatic cancer.
Finally, her body was transferred to Chipiona, where Rocio Jurado than 20 people arrived during the night for the last goodbye. The mayor of Chipiona has built a mausoleum in her honour in the cemetery where she was buried. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Rocio Jurado. This article uses Spanish naming customs : the first or paternal family name is Mohedano and the second or maternal family name Manolo Sanlucar* Jurado.
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