11 Facts About Ana Torroja


Ana Torroja Fungairino was born on 28 December 1959 in Madrid, and 3rd marchioness of Torroja, is a Spanish singer.

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Ana Torroja was the lead singer of the pop trio Mecano, considered one of the most popular pop bands from Spain during the 1980s and 1990s.

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Ana Torroja met Jose Maria Cano while studying economics at university.

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Ana Torroja eventually settled in New York and took dance classes.

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Ana Torroja then took part in the recording of the disc Duetos 2 by the Mexican artist Armando Manzanero, with whom she recorded the song "Nada personal".

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Ana Torroja dueted with Syntek on the song "Duele el Amor", which was a major commercial success.

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In 2006, Ana Torroja released a new studio album called Me Cuesta Tanto Olvidarte, produced by Syntek.

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In 2008, Ana Torroja decided to work with Schiller, singing Por que te vas, which went to Number One in the Sehnsucht album charts in.

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On 17 May 2008, Ana Torroja was invited by Aleks Syntek to take part in the macro concert of the Fundacion ALAS, in aid of children in Latin America.

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Ana Torroja's music has managed to spread further than just France and Germany.

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In October 2010 Ana Torroja released Sonrisa, her fifth original studio album in Spanish.

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