Ana Gabriel Tour 2021
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Hailing from Sinaloa, Mexico, Ana Gabriel (born December 10th, 1955) is a Mexican singer and composer, enjoying a career that has lasted over three decades, with several chart-topping hits in the Latino-pop scene.
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Ana Gabriel first took to the stage at the age of six, performing José Alfredo Jiménez’s “Regalo A Dios,” which began Ana’s love of singing and performing. Having grown up around music, she was supported by her parents to move to Tijuana, Mexico, in order to study accounting and also pursue a career in singing. At the age of 21, Gabriel was given her lucky break, recording her first song in 1977, “Compréndeme.” Gabriel then impressed at the local festival, Valores Juveniles (Youthful Values), where she came second place through her performance of “No Me Lastimes Mas.” In 1987, she competed at Lisbon, Portugal’s OTI Festival, reaching third place. Subsequently, her orchestral version of the ballad, “Ay Amor” was released as a single, reaching the top of the charts in Mexico, as well as on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart for 14 weeks in a row.
From here on, her music career moved into full swing, releasing her debut album, “Tierra de Nadie” in 1988. Over 20 years later, Gabriel had released 20 studio albums, three live albums and 15 compilation albums, achieving three number one albums and seven number one singles in the process. She has risen to become one of the most beloved pop stars in Latin music, topping the charts throughout her career with her beautiful, soulful voice, with music that moved between latin pop, rancheros and latin rock, as well as featuring tender mariachi ballads with just a guitar as accompaniment.
Gabriel has won several awards throughout her career, including a Grammy Award nomination, four Latin Grammy Award nominations and thirteen Lo Nuestro Awards. She won ‘Best Pop Female Artist’ at the Lo Nuestro Awards two years running in 1991 and 1992, as well as receiving an ‘Excellence Award’ in 2006, commemorating her long career and her many successes as an artist. She has also won the Billboard Latin Music Estrella Award, in 2002, recognising again her contributions to the Latin music industry.