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Paloma San Basilio is a Madrid-based Latin pop singer and songwriter, who has been performing for the last five decades. She won a Latin Grammy Award for her lifetime contributions to Spanish music. The songstress has been performing shows regularly and in 1996 played a concert alongside Jose Carreras at Estadio El Campin in Bogota, before a crowd of more than thirty thousand fans. The next year, she continued with one of her tours on which she performed challenging works by masters like Eldgar, Beethoven and Strauss, among other renowned composers. Her extensive repertory, constant experimentation with new sounds and genres combined with her voice of molten gold has made Paloma San Basilio tickets widely sought-after among Latin pop lovers.
In 1980, Paloma San Basilio starred in Evita by Andrew Lloyd Webber in the film’s Spanish language production premiere in Madrid at the famous Teatro Monumental. This show was later taken to Barcelona as well as Mexico City, followed by productions in yet other cities across Latin America. Among her earliest greatest hits was her album Juntos, and in 1985 she appeared in Eurovision Song Contest representing Spain, in Gothenburg, Sweden where she sang the ballad La fiesta termino. The song was composed by the well known Juan Carlos Calderon, and its performance brought her the fourteenth place in the competition. In later years, the multi-talented artist also starred in the critically acclaimed, renowned productions of Victor/Victoria, Man of La Mancha and My Fair Lady. Though she did not win, Palma is still remembered in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest for being one of the most skilled Spanish representatives.
Paloma San Basilio in early 2007, she released her new album called Southern Winter that was introduced on the international front of smooth bolero and jazz through a series of tracks composed by the great Armando Manzanero, Roberto Carlos, Julio Cesar Gutierrez, Federico Llado, Henri Manchini, Amaury Gutierrez, Willy Chirino, Hans Zimmer and Michael Franks. Throughout her career, Palma has performed in some of the most prestigious venues such as Caracas’s Teresa Carreno, New York’s Carnegie Hall, Las Vegas’s Caesars Palace, Puerto Rico’s Teatro Bellas Artes, and the Gibson Amphitheater Universal.
In 2011, she completed her PBS Tour and by the following year presented her album Amolap, which was produced by her daughter, Ivana Gomez. Currently, the Spanish singer is busy preparing her iconic and most anticipated farewell tour titled Forever. Over her long career, Palma has released more than thirty albums, many of which went platinum and gold, while alongside winning some of the most recognized awards. She has also left her mark in the world of entertainment by wining the Silver Torch Award in Vina del Mar festival; Golden Oscar XVI from International Edition Prestige Ranking; the Puerto Rico Award in the category of Best International Singer; Miami’s Bravo Award for Best Cantante; New York’s Ace Award for International Artist of Year. She also won the Golden Key in New Orleans, Hialeah and Miami. In 2006 she brought home the Latin Recording Prize Award from Valladolid.
Paloma San Basilio’s albums include Amolap, Encantados, Invierno Sur, Los diez de San Basilio, El Hombre la de Mancha, Clasicamente Tuya, Como un Sueno, Al Este del Eden, Paloma Mediterranea, Placido Paloma, por fin juntas, De mil amores, Quiereme Siempre, Nadie como tu, Grande, Vuela Alto, En vivo, Dama, Ahora, Evita, Beso a beso, En Directo, Donde Vas and Sombras. She has also recorded many songs with Jose Carreras or Placido Domingo, among which is a particularly famous duet edition of Emilio Jose’s Soledad. In 2005, she was made Honorary Member of Art at the University of Alcala Henares located in Madrid. In NYC in 2006, the artist won a very special Latin Grammy Award in the category of Excelencia Musical. Paloma has continued to perform live through all these years and has established quite a reputation for the overwhelming vibe of her shows. She is touring yet again, so grab some Paloma San Basilio tickets and be there for this one of a kind concert.