Lorenzo Antonio

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Lorenzo Antonio
Lorenzo Antonio
Lorenzo Antonio performing in 2016.
Background info
Full name Lorenzo Antonio Sánchez Pohl
Birthday/Birthplace (1969-10-03) October 3, 1969 (age 48)
Origin Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Genre(s) Latin pop, Mexican pop, Mariachi, Ranchera
Profession(s) Singer, songwriter, musician
Instruments Vocals, guitar, violin, cello, piano
Active Years 1982–present
Record Labels Discos Musart, Warner Music Group, Fonovisa Records, Striking Music
Worked with Sparx
Official Website lorenzoantonio.com

Lorenzo Antonio (born Lorenzo Antonio Sánchez Pohl , in Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States, on October 3, 1969), is an American singer and composer of Mexican origin He grew up in Mexico and the United States. Lorenzo is fluent in Spanish and English. Most of his songs are in Spanish, but he has also released songs in English.

Lorenzo Antonio’s Biography

His childhood

Coming from a musical family, Lorenzo Antonio was exposed to music as soon as he was born. At the age of 5, Lorenzo’s interest in music was very evident, and his father taught him to sing “La Bamba”, while he was accompanied by the guitar, he learned in a very short time, and his parents decided to put him in classes. of classical guitar, he studied classical guitar from his childhood to his teenage years.

Throughout his childhood, Lorenzo briefly studied violin, banjo, and piano, as well as the violoncello, which he played during elementary, middle, and high school (high school and course in Albuquerque, New Mexico , USES ). During these years, Lorenzo also showed great vocal and interpretive skills. On occasion, his father, Amador Sánchez, also known as the highly successful singer-songwriter, Tiny Morrie, presented him in his performances.

Trajectory

Lorenzo Antonio’s career began in June 1982, when he was 12 years old with his 4 sisters (Verónica, Rosamaria, Cristina and Carolina). They won the 1. er place in one of the the most important talent festivals in Latin America, “1. er Festival Juguemos a Cantar,” which was held in Mexico City, and was broadcast on Televisa on the television program, “Siempre en Sunday”. They appeared in the competition as “Lorenzo Antonio and His Group”, and participated with the composition of Lorenzo, “Vamos a Jugar”.

By winning this contest, Lorenzo was awarded 3 presentations in “Siempre en Domingo”, as well as a recording contract with Discos Musart. All this launched Lorenzo’s career, and by the end of 1982, Lorenzo Antonio had become one of the most successful and famous Latin artists of the time, renowned for playing the violin, the uniforms he and his sisters wore (hats sailors and flared trousers), and also for the choreography that he and his sisters danced to sing their song, “Vamos a Jugar”, which is a song about a dance steps game (very country style), “the left hand go forward, right back. “

When Lorenzo became a teenager, he separated from his sisters and continued his solo career. This was a controversial change due to the popularity of the group, and many of their fans did not like it. Finally, the change turned out to be a great success for Lorenzo and his sisters. Lorenzo’s popularity continued to grow, and he became one of the most successful singer-songwriters of the 1980s and 1990s. His 4 sisters continued for some years as the group of girls, “Chikis”, and years later, they became the group of internationally successful girls, “Sparx”.

Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Lorenzo toured Mexico, Central America, South America, and the United States on tours. Most of his international successes came during this period. Among the most popular are: “Vamos a Jugar”, “Muchachita”, “Como Me Gustas”, “Buscaco Un Amor”, “Dile”, “No Llorare”, “Buscare” (reached # 7 on Billboard’s Top) Latin Song Chart, May 14, 1988), “He Does not Want You” (reached # 9 on the Billboard’s Top Latin Song Chart, April 12, 1997), “They Do not Want You To Love You” (reached the ranked # 16 on the Billboard’s Top Latin Song Chart, August 16, 1997), and “Como de Porqué y Porqué” (reached # 12 on the Billboard’s Top Latin Song Chart, July 16, 1994), which It was an original song written by the Mexican singer-songwriter, Juan Gabriel. In 1987, Lorenzo had what is considered his greatest success, and one of the most successful songs of the 80’s, the classic ballad, “Twelve Roses.” On May 23, 1987, Doce Rosas reached the # 3 spot in the List of Billboard Top Latin Songs chart All the mentioned songs, and others, also occupied the first places of the radio and television in Mexico.

In the early ’90s, and after a 2-year stint at the University of New Mexico, Lorenzo Antonio signed with a new record company, Warner Music Group. At this time, he also met with Juan Gabriel and had a successful comeback with the albums, “Mi Tributo a Juan Gabriel” and “Tributo 2”.

In the mid-’90s, Lorenzo focused his attention on his sisters, Sparx. They were starting to gain fame in the Latin market of the United States, and Lorenzo was dedicated to writing songs for them.

At the end of the ’90s, Lorenzo signed a contract with Fonovisa Records. The records that Lorenzo launched during this season were more focused on the Regional Mexican market, and Lorenzo’s sales were among the highest of his career.

The composer

Lorenzo Antonio has not only written many of his hits, (“Let’s Play,” “Like Me,” “I’m Looking for a Love,” “They Do not Want Me to Love You,” and others), he also wrote hits for others artists Some of the most outstanding are: “El Baile De La Gallina”, performed by Tatiana, “I Love YouLove You,” “Los Hijos de Pantaleón”, and “El De Los Ojos Negros”, played by her sisters, Sparx .

Other genres

Although Lorenzo Antonio is internationally known for his romantic ballads, he has also been very successful performing mariachi music. He participated with his sisters, Sparx, on certified platinum albums, “Cantan Corridos” (reached # 5 on Billboard’s Top Regional Mexican Albums on February 8, 1997), and “Cantan Corridos vol.2”, which are two of the most successful albums of his career, but which were not well known in Mexico.

Lorenzo has also released several albums in the genre “Ranchero” that also show his ability to play the guitar.

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