Puerto rican singers
Johnny Albino (12/19/1919 – 5/7/2011) was a Puerto Rican bolero singer, born in Yauco. Albino joined "Los Panchos" in 1958 and he remained there until 1968. With "Los Panchos", he recorded to Japanese albums, and he also performed alongside many superstars, such as Johnny Carson, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and others.
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Ismael Rivera (1931-1987) Known as “El Sonero Mayor”, he was a renowned composer and singer who popularized bomba y plena music during the 1950s and ‘60s. His songs promoted Black pride in Puerto Rico and Latin America, such as “Las caras lindas” and “El Nazareno.”
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Nydia Caro is Puerto Rican singer born in Puerto Rico's Diaspora community in New York City. Caro was born in New York City to parents from Rincón, Puerto Rico, initiated her career in the arts at a very young age while living in New York. After completing high school she enrolled in the New York School of Performing Arts in singing, dancing, and acting classes. Born: Jun 07, 1948 (age 66) · New York City, New York. Spouse: Gabriel Suau. Movies: Under Suspicion · Flores de la noche.