Mexican singer Pablo Montero got involved in music while singing along with his father at a very young age. He later became the lead singer in a band called Tr+¬bol and recorded an album, climbing the local charts with "Si Tu Supieras." After performing traditional Mexican songs at Mexico City's bars and clubs, the talented artist had the opportunity to make his first solo album, called -+D+¦nde Estas Coraz+¦n?, released in 1999. Pablo Montero's acting career started with [RoviLink="VW"]Vivo Por Elena and [RoviLink="VW"]Nunca Te Olvidar+¬, soon, playing a main role in the popular Latin soap opera [RoviLink="VW"]Abr+ízame Muy Fuerte, acting alonside Victoria Ruffo. In the year 2000, Pablo Montero returned to the music charts after issuing a pop/ballad oriented album called Que Voy A Hacer Sin Ti. In 2002, Pidemelo Todo came out and launched another hit single, "Hay Otra En Tu Lugar." The record was quickly followed by a home video, Videos y Mas, but by the end of the year Montero was back in the studio. Crafting a tribute to legendary Mexican singer Javier Solis, Montero attempted to reinterpret several of his classic bolero and ranchero songs for a modern audience. Entitled Un Homenaje a Javier Solis, the record arrived in the spring of 2003. ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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