Nino Bravo: “El valenciano que con su voz llegó al corazón de los cubanos”.

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Nino Bravo: “El valenciano que con su voz llegó al corazón de los cubanos”.
Después de haber publicado unas notas sobre “Libre” el hermoso himno a la libertad intepretado por Nino Bravo, he decidido no dejar pasar la oportunidad para recordarlo en toda su estatura como persona y artista.
En Cuba, la generación de los 60’s nos sentimos inmersos en lo que muchos llaman la década prodigiosa de la música hispana.
De la península nos llegaron grupos musicales y cantantes de una calidad extraordinaria. Tal es el caso de Raphael y los Formula V por sólo citar un par de ejemplos. Pero entre todos ellos destacó la voz de Nino Bravo. Su verdadero nombre era Luis Manuel Ferri Llopis y nació en… More
His real name was Luis Manuel Ferri Llopis and was born in Ayelo de Manferti a town in Valencia on August 3, 1944 so this year he would be 76 years old if death had not taken him in that tragic accident April 16, 1973. As a boy, Nino pointed toward music because he had an excellent ear besides a clear inclination toward singing.
Being very small his family moves to the Valencian capital. Age 16 begins working in a jewelry store where he learns the craft of carving, a job leaving to work as an employee at a restaurant in Valencia airport.
At this time alternates his work with music founding in the year 1962 the group Los Hispanicos that dissolved shortly after. His real takeoff comes as he enters the Superson group team that would accompany him throughout his career.
As Elvis Presley military service momentarily removed him from his artistic career that was in 1966.
Accomplished military service (Mili for the Iberians), Nino performs his first solo performance at the Festival de La Vall d ‘ Uix ó. There he was discovered by Miguel Siur ánn his first manager. It was Siuran who artfully baptized him as Nino Bravo. Not all were successes, in the beginning was rejected by RCA and his presentations did not convince producers of money ·