Singer/songwriter Kiko Veneno was born in Figueres, Spain, and later settled in Sevilla making his live debut at a local university in 1971. After participating in a duet called Kiko y Germ+ín, he joined brothers Rafael and Raimundo Amador to form Veneno, a flamenco/pop act that disbanded a year later. In 1981, Kiko Veneno made his first solo record, Ser+¬ Mec+ínico por T+¡, produced by Jos+¬ Luis de Carlos. He soon created a new project called los M+írtires del Comp+ís, playing along with Chico Oca+¦a and Jos+¬ Loreto. In 1998, BMG/RCA released his greatest hits in a double album titled Puro Veneno, followed by 2000's La Familia Pollo, produced by Joe Dworniak, and 2001's Un Ratito de Gloria. ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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