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Jorge Falcon He left ahead of time, maybe. However, in his short 37 years of life, he left for our tango a legacy of songs we will never forget. Today we want to tell you his story to remember and honor it.
He was born Luis Ángel Iglesias on October 14, 1949, in the Buenos Aires district of Parque Patricios (City of Buenos Aires). Since he was a kid, he knew that he was singing: he often played songs in family reunions and at his school. At the age of 13 he recorded his first single and then won a contest on channel 7 performing” Malevo ”. Over the years, he was trained: he studied guitar, acting and vocalization; the latter with Bonezi, no more nor less than the master of Gardel .
He joined the groups Tango 5, Buenos Aires 5 and the orchestras by Jorge de Luca and Gabriel Clausi. Then the consecration came: he joined the orchestra of Hector Varela , where he debuted on October 12, 1976. It was then that he adopted the stage name with which he would remember it: Jorge Falcon .
In the orchestra, he sang as a duet with Fernando Soler and Diego Solis, recorded more than 20 tracks and, on his first album, recorded his first commercial success: la milonga “Sugar, pepper and salt” (music by Ernesto “Titi” Rossi and Héctor Varela, and lyrics by Abel Aznar), in duet with Fernando Soler.
Then his solo stage would come. In 1982 he released his first album accompanied by the bandoneonist Ernesto “Titi” Rossi . In 1984 he released his most successful album, Desolate love . This material is followed by the last one, For everyone with love , published in 1986.
Jorge Falcón left on July 2, 1987, a victim of cancer. His wife Alicia, his son Adrian and many songs that will remain forever among us were left in this world.
Publication Date: 17/10/2019
Una persona maravillosa ,lo conocí y cómo cantante lo más .Muchas veces estuve en San Telmo compartiendo ratos hermosos con su voz y sus ocurrencias.Triste su partida tan joven.Me encantaría que suban mas videos de el a Youtube ., besos y Jorgito nunca se fué.
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