She was born in Granada in 1970. At 16 years of age Amparo had her first band, Correcaminos. From then, she had been occasionally involved with other Blues, Jazz, Rock’n’roll and Soul music groups as a singer. It was the music of the blacks that gave her the air to breathe. Lee Brillaux of Dr. Feelgood called her ‘the white women with the soul of a black never stop singing’.
She released her last album “La vida te da” at the beginning of 2006.
Edited by xbran on 12 Jun 2009, 19:15
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