Dyango

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José Gómez Romero, artistically known as Dyango (born March 5, 1940), nicknamed "The Voice of Love", is a Spanish musician and singer-songwriter. He was born in Barcelona. His songs were romantic music. He is widely known as one of the most romantic Spanish singers, and one of the best performers on the international level.[1]

In 2013 Dyango participated in the Concert for Freedom, held at Camp Nou in Barcelona on June 29, 2013. That same year, Dyango published the disc The singer, an album of romantic cut that describes his own life.[2] On September 7, 2013, he announced his retirement from the long American tours, not from music or from the concerts.

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  1. admin. "In Memoriam Concha Valdes Miranda (1928-2017)".
  2. Barcelona, NÚRIA MARTORELL / (9 December 2012). "Dyango y sus nuevas canciones". elperiodico.

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