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Amanda Miguel Brief History
Born in the Chubut Province of Argentina in a town called Gaiman on June 1, 1962, Amanda Miguel showed a strong musical interest as young as the age of four. Her musical tendencies would come as no big surprise to her father (Angel Raúl Miguel) or her mother (Ana Delia Samso), since she was the child of a music teacher. When her family relocated to Buenos Aires shortly after her sixteenth birthday, it was not long before Amanda would study both music and piano at the Conversatorio de Albert Williams. With an incredible presence and powerful voice, it was only a matter of time before someone took notice. For Amanda Miguel, that time would come at the tender age of eighteen years old when she met a well established Argentinean musician by the name of Diego Verdaguer. Miguel became a member of Verdaguer's musical group called Mediterráneo and would enjoy much success as part of the group while touring the club circuit in her beloved Argentina as well as Chile, Bolivia, Peru and Mexico. Though she was happy being a part of Mediterráneo, fate would have bigger plans for Amanda.
In the early eighties, Amanda Miguel was discovered by a Mexican record executive and would move on to a tremendous career as a solo artist that has spanned over a quarter of century. With Diego by her side, Miguel recorded her first solo album entitled El Sonido Volume 1 in 1980. The songs were a departure in sound and style from her previous work, but with the album's release in 1981, a star was born. Her follow up album was recorded and released soon thereafter, yielding several songs that quickly became mainstays of Spanish language radio stations.
Amanda and Diego's relationship only grew stronger and the couples were married during the same period. When their daughter Ana Victoria was born, Miguel made the decision to put her music career aside in order to focus solely on raising their child. Amanda Miguel made her musical comeback in 1987 with her fourth album, El Pecado followed up two years later by El Rostro Del Amor. When she penned the title track from this album in honor of His Holiness Pope John Paul II, she had no idea that she would later have the honor of performing it for him. After a successful departure into the genre of ranchero with her sixth album, Amanda went to Italy where she would go on to record Amame una vez más, the first of her releases to have notable sales in both Latin America and the United States. After more than twenty five years in the music industry, her 2005 album Piedra de Afilar gave fans something that had been awaiting for years – a duet with her husband and long time musical collaborator and producer Diego Verdaguer. The song “Siempre Fuimos Dos” was penned by co-producer and accomplished musician David Snow.