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About Antonio Orozco

Spanish rocker Antonio Orozco got a big boost to his popularity in Latin America when Juanes invited him to open a few shows in 2005, but Orozco was already well known and loved in his native Spain. Born and raised in Barcelona, Orozco's parents are from Seville, home of flamenco, and that music style has played a huge part in his artistic development: he spent years accompanying flamenco musicians before turning to pop music. (Flamenco still influences his vocal style and rhythmic sensibility.) After three releases at home, Orozco selected his best tracks for his self-titled 2005 Latin American debut.

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Listen toAntonio Orozcoon Rhapsody

Spanish rocker Antonio Orozco got a big boost to his popularity in Latin America when Juanes invited him to open a few shows in 2005, but Orozco was already well known and loved in his native Spain. Born and raised in Barcelona, Orozco's parents are from Seville, home of flamenco, and that music style has played a huge part in his artistic development: he spent years accompanying flamenco musicians before turning to pop music. (Flamenco still influences his vocal style and rhythmic sensibility.) After three releases at home, Orozco selected his best tracks for his self-titled 2005 Latin American debut.

About Antonio Orozco

Spanish rocker Antonio Orozco got a big boost to his popularity in Latin America when Juanes invited him to open a few shows in 2005, but Orozco was already well known and loved in his native Spain. Born and raised in Barcelona, Orozco's parents are from Seville, home of flamenco, and that music style has played a huge part in his artistic development: he spent years accompanying flamenco musicians before turning to pop music. (Flamenco still influences his vocal style and rhythmic sensibility.) After three releases at home, Orozco selected his best tracks for his self-titled 2005 Latin American debut.

About Antonio Orozco

Spanish rocker Antonio Orozco got a big boost to his popularity in Latin America when Juanes invited him to open a few shows in 2005, but Orozco was already well known and loved in his native Spain. Born and raised in Barcelona, Orozco's parents are from Seville, home of flamenco, and that music style has played a huge part in his artistic development: he spent years accompanying flamenco musicians before turning to pop music. (Flamenco still influences his vocal style and rhythmic sensibility.) After three releases at home, Orozco selected his best tracks for his self-titled 2005 Latin American debut.