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Alejandro Abad


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Alejandro Antonio García Abad (born 1965 in Barcelona) is a Spanish singer-songwriter and music producer, best known for participating at the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest.

During the second half of the 1980’s, Alejandro Abad released three albums in Spain: “Quédate con él”, “Buscando tu destino” and “Confidencias”, the latter with the label PolyGram. Later on, he composed songs for several Spanish artists, including his friend Dyango. Dyango entrusted Abad with the musical career of his son Marcos Llunas, whose first album was composed by Abad. Several songs from this album such as “Reconquistarte”, “Hay algo en ti” or “Vale la pena” became hits in Latin America. In 1993 he composed the winning song of the OTI Festival held in Valencia, “Enamorarse”, sang by Ana Reverte.

He represented Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest 1994 with his song “Ella no es ella”. The song came 18th with 17 points.

In 1995, he won the OTI Festival again as a songwriter in Asunción, Paraguay with the song “Eres mi debilidad”, sang by Marcos Llunas. Abad was invited to several Latin American countries to act as a jury member in international events.

In 2000, he contributed with several songs to Raúl’s album “Sueño su boca”, of which 600,000 copies were sold in Spain. He also participated in the production of Paulina Rubio’s album “Lo haré por ti”, of which three million copies were sold worldwide.


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