Pedro Guerra early life:
Pedro Guerra was born in Güimar on June 2, a modest community on the island of Tenerife, in 1966. At 14 years old, he formed his first tune “Cathaysa”, given a text by his dad. At 16, she started to sing in the merriments and settings all through the Canary Islands. At 18, he moved to the college city of La Laguna, likewise in Tenerife, where he immediately coordinated into the melodic action of the city.
After the Government of the Canary Islands delivered an aggregate collection of island specialists in which he teamed up with four melodies, Pedro joined other vocalist lyricists to shape the gathering Taller Canario, with him he distributed four collections: “Trapera, Identidad”, “A por todas”, and “Rap (a Duras penas)”. Through Taller he had the option to team up with Joaquín Sabina, Silvio Rodríguez, Luis Eduardo Aute or Víctor Manuel.
Pedro Guerra career as singer and composer:
When Pedro Guerra last album was released, he is as of now not in the group however a tune of his shows up; Nobody Knows, alongside with him sang Andrés Molina and Rogelio Botany. He meets Luis Pastor who searched for exhibitions and went about as chief. He stands apart for his beautiful capacity to incite and the contacting effortlessness of his music. In Madrid, he started playing at Libertad 8, Café del Foro, Alfil, where it makes incredible progress. Record golosinas (1995), Tan cerca de mí (1997) and Raíz (1999).
In 2001 Ofrendaappears.Author of melodies for different specialists: Ana Belén and Víctor Manuel, Cómplices, Amistades Peligrosas… He got a few honours, including the Ondas Award for Best Song in 1994 for Contamíname. He likewise made the soundtrack for the film Mararía in 1998. In 2003 he made a visit with the writer Ángel González from which he later made the album La palabra en el aire. In 2004, he took part in the aggregate album Neruda en el corazón that praised the centennial of the poet. In the 2005 European Parliament elections, he lobbied for Izquierda Unida and chipped away at the creation of the live album Contaminados, which highlights Chico César, Javier Ruibal and Julieta Venegas.
His success as a Singer:
He made significant progress particularly in Colombia, where as well as acting in a notable shopping mall in Bogotá before more than 2,000 individuals, marking after the presentation above 300 signatures or autographs, making an exhibit for the media with amazing reviews, Pedro Guerra took an interest in “La Lunada”, an open-air show coordinated by the City of Bogotá, pointed principally at college students and with a famously social will, which figured out how to unite around 6,000 individuals.
The entry of the Canarian performer through Barcelona for the live show of that album additionally infiltrated profoundly. Pedro had two exceptionally extraordinary visitors: Lluis Llach (one of his primary references as an arranger and an incredible admirer of his) with whom he sang “Siete Puertas” and “Que tinguem Sort”; and Marina Rossell, with whom he had the chance to team up by giving him a portion of his melodies for her album in Spanish, one of which they sang together live. While setting up his third album, Pedro Guerra, surprised everyone by and by with the BSO version of the film “Mararía” for which he formed all the music and played out the focal subject: “Canción de María”.In 1999 came “Raíz”, an album with 14 new stories endorsed by him.
Indeed he kept on playing with his verses to show the back-and-forth between the genders, showed new pieces and the rhythms that different dialects advertised. Interestingly, he set out to deliver along with Juan Ignacio Cuadrado every one of the melodies on the album. In 2000 he worked together in an accolade for Luis Eduardo Aute: “Look you are a blackguard, Aute”. in which were moreover: Joaquín Sabina, Fito Paéz, Tam Go, Ella Baila Sola and Duncan Dhu, among numerous others. Pedro Guerra played out the single “Pasaba por aquí”.