How much is Amanda Miguel worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Amanda Miguel? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Amanda Miguel's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Amanda Antonia Miguel Samso (June 1, 1956, Gaiman, Province of Chubut, Argentina) is a Mexican singer, songwriter, pianist and businesswoman who has been nationalized since 2000. She is married to the singer Diego Verdaguer, with whom he has a daughter also singer: Ana Victoria. \n With 35 years of artistic career, Amanda Miguel has 12 studio albums released on the market. It has sold more than 40 million records worldwide and is credited with multiple Gold Record and Platinum Disc certifications. \n \n\nAmanda_Miguel's Biography \n Artistic beginnings \n At 4 years old, Amanda learns to play the piano lyrically. When she turned 16, she moved to Buenos Aires to study at the Alberto Williams Conservatory, until becoming a Professor of Theory and Solfeggio and Professor of Piano and Composition. He also studied singing with famed teacher Liana Lecuona. \n In March 1975, Amanda meets Buenos Aires singer Diego Verdaguer, who would become the love of his life. By then, Verdaguer was already a successful singer-songwriter. Upon hearing her voice, Verdaguer decided to invite her to participate as a chorister of her performances in Argentina, where the Argentine singer Valeria Lynch also participated. With him he toured all of Latin America, including Mexico, where Amanda fell in love, began to live with Verdaguer in 1978 and nationalized in the year 2000. \n Debut \n In 1979, Diego Verdaguer decided to produce his first recordings to Amanda and released his first single album, Pap\u00e1, when you return, with the single I have to confess that I loved him. In 1980, Amanda recorded her second single titled "As\u00ed no te amar\u00e1 nunca", the same one with which she manages to be on the international stage for her unique, heartbreaking and different interpretative style. That way he will not love you, he never sold more than 20 million singles in all Spanish-speaking countries. \n The 80's and its trilogy The Sound \n Motivated by the good acceptance of sales, Verdaguer decides to produce Amanda his first album The Sound Volume 1 in 1981, where he includes his second single So he will never love you and his third single He lied to me, which had a shocking transcendence international. In this first album are also included the hits I want a total love, My good heart, Let's make a deal, Who will it be ?, Where the sun shines, I will always love you and Amanda at the piano 1. With her first album, Amanda sold more than 3 million copies, becoming one of the most selling female artists of the century. \n In March 1983, Amanda recorded El Sonido Volume 2, from which the Amanda hits the piano II (Tempest), Castles, Little by little, Like a puppet, Tickle in the chest, Like a plane and A my friend, immediately placing herself in the first places of popularity and sales. \n In October 1984, Amanda recorded her third album El \u00daltimo Sonido Volume III. The subjects Doubts, The little things and the cat and I, become again successes, while Amanda was in the sweet expectation of his daughter, the present singer Ana Victoria, to whom she dedicates the song Lullaby upside down with Amanda piano III. \n In February 1985, he appeared with Diego Verdaguer at the Vi\u00f1a del Mar International Song Festival. Two months later, he participated in the Hermanos project, performing the song Cantar\u00e9, cantar\u00e1s, with artists such as Roberto Carlos, Pl\u00e1cido Domingo , Vikki Carr, Jos\u00e9 Feliciano, Vicente Fern\u00e1ndez, Celia Cruz, Julio Iglesias, Roc\u00edo Jurado and Jos\u00e9 Jos\u00e9, among others. \n Development as an entrepreneur and the visit of Pope John Paul II \n For 3 years, Amanda dedicated herself completely to the first years of her daughter Ana Victoria's life. Due to the strong changes suffered by his music industry, Fonovisa Records, Amanda opens with Diego Verdaguer his own production and record company, Diam Music (Di por Diego and Am por Amanda). In 1987, Amanda offers her fourth record production Sin, with the themes I saw, Tar eyes, Do not go to die, What do you give me ?, If I were you, Laughter and Calla, silence is sacred (memories ). \n In 1989, he released his fifth album entitled The Face of Love, another great success in his career, which with the blessing of Pope John Paul II, officially and musically represented his 2nd pastoral visit throughout the Mexican territory. \n Incursion in Mexican music and the American charts \n In 1990, Amanda recorded her first ranchero album Rompecorazones, under the direction of Mexican composer Federico M\u00e9ndez. This album turned songs into hits, like Rompecorazones, La escalera, Friday is all over, At the Jalisco fair, The same great lady and To our dear Lola. \n In 1996, Amanda recorded in Italy her seventh album Love Me One More Time, under the direction of her husband Diego Verdaguer and the Italian producer Gianni Salvatore, breaking all the charts in the popularity charts in the United States, as it achieves placed in the top of the prestigious Billboard list for 18 consecutive weeks. From this album arose the successes Love me once again, Mar adentro, Duende, Donde est\u00e1s, That's called love, Half an hour, You already knew it, Ashes, My first love and I do not answer. \n In 1999, he recorded again in Italy his eighth album titled 5 days, from which the songs Cinco d\u00edas y As\u00ed como hoy, by the Panamanian composer Omar Alfano, are released. \n Marketing of their concerts and participation in TV \n In 2004, Amanda recorded her ninth album Merry Christmas to all humanity, with a compilation of classic Christmas carols and 2 original songs. \n In 2005, he recorded his tenth album Piedra de acilar, from which the themes Piedra de acilar, You will not forget me, We were always two, He stopped and Tierra de nadie. \n Return to recording studios with 80 * 15 \n In April 2015, Amanda released her twelfth album 80 * 15, which contains several of her greatest hits with new musical arrangements, combined with unreleased songs. The production of 80 * 15 was carried out by her husband Diego Verdaguer, who incorporated in some songs the original voice of Amanda and other elements of the original recordings. It also included the special participation of Mexican rapper Big Metra. \n 80 * 15 reached the Top 20 in digital stores during its pre-sale, accompanied by the single Let's make a deal, in the first places of Mexican radio stations. In April of 2015, his physical digital launching was carried out in Mexico, Central America and the United States, followed by the theme Vaya Chunk of King, an unpublished song of his authorship. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Amanda Miguel\n\nThe Amanda Miguel's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.