Talented Spanish singer/songwriter Rosana Arbelo got involved in music after getting her first guitar at the age of five, composing her first song three years later. The artist's passion for music was growing while being a regular student at a local Catholic school, later moving to Madrid to study music. Before going on her own, Rosana Arbelo used to compose songs for local celebrities, such as Joaqu+¡n Sabina, Miguel Rios, and Mar+¡a Dolores Pradera, making her solo debut album called Lunas Rotas in 1996, getting the singles "El Talisman" and "Sin Miedo," climbing on the most important Spanish charts. That same year, Rosana Arbelo achieved two Onda Awards for Best Album and Revelation of the Year. In addition, "El Talisman" and "Lunas Rotas" were chosen by director Quentin Tarantino for the soundtrack of his movie [RoviLink="VW"]Curled. In 1998, Rosana Arbelo's Luna Nueva was released. ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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