Who is Pedro Guerra?
Pedro Guerra started creating his own music at 14 years old, turning into an artist two years after the fact. At 18 years old the youthful craftsman moved from Güímar to La Laguna, getting immediately associated with the neighborhood music scene. Before long, Pedro Guerra partook with four of his tunes in an aggregation supported by the neighborhood government, likewise joining a gathering of specialists called Taller Canario. In 1993 Pedro Guerra chose to move to Madrid. In the wake of singing at little neighborhood settings, his melodies started to stand out enough to be noticed and be performed by well known Spanish artists like Paloma San Basilio, Victor Manuel, and Ana Belen. In 1994 Pedro Guerra was granted interestingly after his melody “Ondas” was casted a ballot the best of the year in Spain. Following the arrival of his first live collection called Golosinas, Pedro Guerra recorded in Paris and Madrid Tan Cerca de Mi, given in 1997. One of his significant accomplishments was forming the soundtrack for Mararía, a film coordinated by José Betancor.
His solo journey towards his music career?
He started in 1993:
In 1993 he moved to Madrid to begin his performance vocation. There he became regular in lobbies like Libertad 8, Teatro Alfil and will act in numerous scenes all through Spain. He likewise works together with different specialists as a performer and arranger, among which are Ana Belén, Víctor Manuel, Joaquín Sabina, Marta Sánchez, Javier Álvarez, Paloma San Basilio, Amistades Peligrosas and the gathering Cómplices.
In 1995 he distributed his first independent collection, Golosinas,recorded live and which would incorporate the tune Contamíname4, which would later be played by Ana Belén5. With his second collection he would arrive at the highest point of the radio diagrams. It was in 1997 on account of Tan near me.6He is an extremely productive creator and the collections follow one another.
For his collection Mararía (1998)7was assigned by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Spain and granted for the Best Soundtrack of Cinematographic Work of the Music Awards granted every year by the General Society of Authors and Publishers (SGAE) and the Society of Artists, Performers or Performers (AIE).8
His famous Raiz colletion in 1999:
In 1999 Comes to light Raíz,an collection where he recuperates sonorities run of the mill of Canarian music, just as friendly subjects (counting a sonnet by Subcomandante Marcos). It will likewise have the cooperation in the Canarian percussions of the previous part of Taller,Rogelio Botanz (who additionally took an interest in the collection Mararía).9Ofrenda(2001)is a melody to miscegenation, combining melodic components of extremely different origins.10
His successful journey no one can stop:
In the year(2001)the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria dispatched a work to be debuted toward the finish of that year. Pedro Guerra completes a work that spins around the topic of ladies and the segregation they endure all throughout the planet; in this work he will again combine Canarian old stories with current sounds(rock, rap,etc.) and instrumental courses of action. In the year(2002)he distributed a collection with the aftereffect of this work, and that will be entitled Hijas de Eva,with the joint effort of Silvio Rodríguez and Fito Páez.11
Pedro Guerra during his presentation in Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura on 19/03/2003
In 2003 he will visit with the artist Ángel González from which the collection La palabra en el airewill be delivered, in which the writer discusses, and Pedro Guerra sings sonnets set to music.12. Pockets (2004)is a work with easier sounds, without an excess of shrillness, and submitted themes13.
It is additionally a collection where the craftsman investigates, his childhood. Likewise in 2004 he takes an interest in the aggregate collection “Neruda en el corazón” that praises the century of Pablo Neruda by putting music to the sonnet Antes de amarte, love (Sonnet XXV).14
In the 2005 European Parliament races he lobbied for The United Left. In this equivalent year, he works in the creation and melodic coordination of the collection recorded live Contaminated,where he takes part, and with the exhibitions of Chico César, Javier Ruibal, Julieta Venegas.
The relationship of Dominican Mothers of Madrid grants Pedro the “Prize for Tolerance”; in 2003 he introduced the collection “La palabra en el aire” and in 2004 he got back with his collection “Bolsillos”. In 2008 he delivered his new collection after very nearly four years of quiet, it is named “Vidas” and has 14 new tunes that the craftsman characterizes as the “most reasonable” collection of his vocation, two of them (“Lara” and “Cuando llegó Pedro”), committed to his two youngsters. Delivered by Guerra himself and Ángel Matos, in “Vidas” effortlessness, unadulterated sound, straightforwardness and the shortfall of the pointless win. That very year he delivered “Vidas en vivo”, the primary CD+DVD.15
The next year, volume 1 of a cover collection, named “Alma mía”, was delivered; in 2010 “Contigo en la distancia” is delivered, volume 2 of said gathering. In 2013 filho sergio conceição commends 30 years of melodic profession and praises them by delivering the triple collection “30 years”, where a few specialists partake as visitors, including Silvio Rodríguez, Pedro Aznar, Josemi Carmona (Ketama), Luis Eduardo Aute, Enrique Bunbury and Ana Belén. 16On April 29, 2014, “20 años Libertad 8” was delivered, a CD+DVD made out of 15 melodies recorded live in December 2013 at the Libertad 8 setting in Madrid. Ismael Serrano, Jorge Drexler and Luis Eduardo Aute, among others, taken an interest as guests.17
On April 1, 2016, “Edges” is known, the principal review of “Arde Stockholm”, Pedro Guerra’s new studio collection. Also, on the 22nd of that very month he distributed “14 de Ciento Volando de 14”, made out of 14 pieces by Joaquín Sabina, removed from the book “Ciento Volando de 14”, with music by Pedro Guerra. Significant visitors take part, including Víctor Manuel and Ana Belén, Bunbury, Jorge Drexler, Amparo Sánchez, Pablo Milanés, Julieta Venegas, Dani Martín, Silvio Rodríguez, Luis Eduardo Aute, Leiva, Ismael Serrano, Joan Manuel Serrat, Juan Carlos Baglietto and Rozalén.18
In September 2018, he reissues, Golosinas, collection with which the Canarian vocalist musician Pedro Guerra started his performance profession in 1995 “golosinas 2018” contains the first collection cautiously remastered and a few new collaborations.19