Latin star JosÃ© JosÃ© (born JosÃ© Romulo Sosa OrtÃz) started participating in festivals and contests around Mexico City at a young age, teaming up with Paco OrtÃz and Alfredo BenÃtez after taking guitar lessons. "El Mundo" and "Mi Vida" were the songs featured on his first single, released in 1965. Around the same time, JosÃ© JosÃ© joined los Peg, playing double bass. "Nave del Olvido" became his first hit in 1969, and he won the OTI festival a year later with a song called "El Triste." He then climbed the most important Latin charts with "De Pueblo en Pueblo," 1973's "Hasta Que Vuelvas," 1974's "DÃ©jame Conocerte," 1975's "Sentimientos," 1976's "Paloma," and the 1977 smash "Gavilan o Paloma,." JosÃ© JosÃ©'s acting career began with SueÃ±o de Amor and La Carrera del MillÃ³n. In the early '80s, while becoming a major-venue performer, talented composer Manuel Alejandro produced Secretos, which sold over four-million copies worldwide. Reflexiones followed in 1984. Roberto Livi produced 40, 20 in Miami and Los Angeles, and JosÃ© JosÃ© promoted the album with shows around America, including New York's Madison Square Garden and Chicago's Pavillion. In 1994, JosÃ© JosÃ© celebrated his 30th career anniversary. ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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