Rock en Español musicians

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    1000 NICKS


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  2. A.B. Quintanilla

    A.B. Quintanilla

    American musician, producer and songwriter

  3. Adrián Dárgelos

    Adrián Dárgelos

    Argentinean, Actor

  4. Al Hurricane

    Al Hurricane


  5. Al Hurricane, Jr.

    Al Hurricane, Jr.


    Al Hurricane, Jr. (born Alberto Nelson Sanchez, Jr. on October 30, 1959) is an American singer-songwriter, he is known as "The Godfather's son", a nickname which was inherited from his father Al Hurricane, who is considered "The Godfather" of New Mexico music. He has long been his father's protégé, he has created numerous solo albums, and has contributed songs such as "Flor De Las Flores" to New Mexico's unique style of Spanish music.

  6. Alaska (singer)

    Alaska (singer)

    Mexican musician

  7. Alejandra Guzmán

    Alejandra Guzmán

    Mexican actor and singer

  8. Amaral



    Amaral is a music group from Zaragoza, Spain who have sold more than four million albums worldwide. The band consists of Eva Amaral (vocalist) and Juan Aguirre (guitarist), who write their songs together. Eva Amaral started out as a drummer in another group until she set out with Aguirre to perform her own material in 1997. They then moved to Madrid and signed a major deal with EMI. Amaral's musical style is often called pop rock, but it is often fused with Latin beats, folk rock, synthesizers, complex poetic lyrics and in particular, traditional Spanish folk music. Juan Aguirre was born in San Sebastián (also known as Donostia) in the Guipúzcoa province of Spain. He spent his childhood in the town of Gros and currently resides in Zaragoza, while Eva originates from Zaragoza. Amaral have won numerous awards including the MTV Europe Music Award for their 2002 album Estrella de mar which was nominated for 5 other categories, and are one of the best-selling Spanish groups of all time. As of 2011, they have released six studio albums, one (double) live album and two live DVDs.

  9. Amen (Rock band)

    Amen (Rock band)


    The band Amen is a punk rock band from Lima, Peru. In 2001 Amen started earning local fame through their song "Decir Adios" (Say Goodbye). Until now the band participate in numerous big national performances in the hole country. Amen and its vocalist Marcello Motta won several contests and the Peruvian Association of Authors and Composers (APDAYC) music award.

  10. Andres Calamaro

    Andres Calamaro

    Argentine musician and composer

  11. Andrés Ciro Martínez

    Andrés Ciro Martínez

    Argentinean, Singer

  12. Antonio Escobar

    Antonio Escobar

    Music producer, sound designer, composer

  13. Astro (Chilean band)

    Astro (Chilean band)


    Astro is an indie band from Santiago, Chile formed in 2008.

  14. Aterciopelados



    Aterciopelados (English: The Velvety), also referred to as Los Aterciopelados on some albums and other promotional materials, are a rock band from Colombia. Led by Andrea Echeverri and Héctor Buitrago, they have been one of the first rock bands from Colombia to gain international notice and they are among the country's top groups. Their music fuses rock with a variety of Colombian and Latin American musical traditions. Time magazine wrote that "Aterciopelados's true skill lies in its ability to take north-of-the-border musical styles…and breathe new life into them, all while giving them a distinctly Colombian sheen."

  15. Attaque 77

    Attaque 77


    Attaque 77 ("Attack 77") is an Argentine punk rock group formed in 1987. Formed in 1987 as a group of friends who got together to play their favorite songs, most of them by The Ramones, their favorite band and the one that influenced them the most. They started writing songs in the same punk rock style, with lyrics with proletarian content (about exploited factory workers, etc.), and wore denim jackets, which became one of their hallmarks in their beginnings. Actually, only three members continues to making shows and new recordings.

  16. Babasónicos



    Babasónicos is an Argentine rock band, formed in the early 1990s along with others such as Peligrosos Gorriones and Los Brujos. After emerging in the wave of Argentine New Rock bands of the late '80s and early '90s, Babasonicos became one of the banner groups of the "sonic" underground rock movement in Argentina in the late 1990s.

  17. Bebe


    Spanish musician

  18. Blush (Mexican band)

    Blush (Mexican band)


    Blush was a Mexican pop rock band from Guadalajara, Jalisco made up of 4 young women.

  19. Botellita de Jeréz

    Botellita de Jeréz


    Botellita de Jerez was a Mexican rock band, formed in Mexico City in 1982. Their music is a fusion of rock, cumbia, and Mexican traditional music like mariachi and son, creating the genre called guacarrock (rock and guacamole). The band was always distinguished by a festive and irreverent musical fusion, celebrating the culture of the nacos and integrating sketches and albures in its lyrics and concerts. Its style, standard rock, was combined with satirical lyrics that portrayed urban life and popular culture in Mexico City.

  20. Café Tacvba

    Café Tacvba


    Café Tacvba (pronounced as Café Tacuba) is a band from Ciudad Satélite, Mexico. The group gained popularity in the early 1990s. They were founded in 1989, and since then have had the same musical lineup of Rubén Isaac Albarrán Ortega (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Emmanuel "Meme" del Real Díaz (keyboards, piano, programming, rhythm guitar, melodica, vocals), José Alfredo "Joselo" Rangel Arroyo (lead guitar, vocals), and Enrique "Quique" Rangel Arroyo: (bass guitar, electric upright bass, vocals). Mexican folk music player Alejandro Flores is considered the 5th tacubo, as he has played the violin in almost every Café Tacvba concert since 1994. Since the Cuatro Caminos World Tour, Luis "El Children" Ledezma has played the drums in every concert but is not considered an official member of the band.

  21. Caifanes



    Caifanes is a Spanish-language rock (Rock en Español) band from Mexico City formed in 1987. They achieved fame throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s. The original lineup consisted of Saúl Hernández (vocals & guitar), Alejandro Marcovich (lead guitar) Sabo Romo (bass guitar), Alfonso André (drums) and Diego Herrera (keyboards and saxophone). Caifanes’ style can be described as a hybrid of British new wave, progressive rock, and Latin percussion underscored by deep, somber, and Latin American-Mexican-Spanish influenced lyrics and the vocal style of Saúl Hernández. Members of Caifanes have cited King Crimson as a major influence.

  22. Carlos Berlanga

    Carlos Berlanga

    Spanish singer

  23. Catupecu Machu

    Catupecu Machu


    Catupecu Machu is an Argentine rock band, usually classified as within Rock en Español. Its current band members are Fernando Ruíz Díaz in voices and guitar; Sebastián Cáceres in bass guitar; Agustín Rocino in drums; and Macabre (Martín Gonzalez) in keyboards and samplers.

  24. Cecilia & The Argonauts

    Cecilia & The Argonauts


    Cecilia & The Argonauts is a popular Nicaraguan rock band founded by Cecilia Ferrer (lead vocals), Mattias Fjellström (lead guitar), Janne Maninnen (bass), Andreas Ekstedt (drums) and Jonathan Fritzén (piano).

  25. Charly García

    Charly García


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