Jose Luis Perales, Spanish singer-songwriter responds to rumors of his alleged death

Jose Luis Perales Death – In a surprising turn of events, the legendary Spanish singer and songwriter, Jose Luis Perales, has taken to social media to personally address the swirling rumors about his alleged death. The music icon, known for his soulful melodies and heartfelt lyrics, released a heartfelt video in response to the shocking news that had spread like wildfire across the internet.

In the video message, Jose Luis Perales appeared healthy and full of life, dismissing the rumors with a mix of humor and sincerity. With his signature warm smile, he began by expressing his gratitude to all his fans and well-wishers who were genuinely concerned about his well-being. He admitted that he was surprised and touched by the overwhelming response to the rumors, which had led to an outpouring of love and support from all corners of the globe.

Who is Jose Luis Perales?

José Luis Perales Morillas (born 18 January 1945) is a Spanish singer and songwriter. He boasts an impressive discography of 27 albums and has sold a staggering 50 million copies worldwide. Many renowned singers, including Vikki Carr, Bertín Osborne, Raphael, Rocío Jurado, Jeanette, Miguel Bosé, Daniela Romo, Isabel Pantoja, Julio Iglesias, Paloma San Basilio, Mocedades, La Oreja de Van Gogh, Ricardo Montaner, and Marc Anthony, have recorded his compositions.

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Perales has taken his musical talent to various countries, captivating audiences with his performances in Uruguay, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, United States, Brazil, Italy, France, and Portugal. Among his most popular singles are “Quisiera Decir tu Nombre,” “¿Y cómo es él?” and “¿Qué Pasará Mañana?”.

Jose Luis Perales Biography

At the age of 16, Perales pursued an electrical technician course at the Universidad Laboral of Sevilla on a scholarship. During this period, he also acquired guitar-playing skills. After completing his studies, he moved to Madrid, where he continued his academic pursuits while nurturing his passion for music. His journey in the music industry commenced as a composer.

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However, a significant turning point in his career occurred in 1970 when he met an influential Italian music producer. Perales composed “Porque te vas,” which was later performed by Jeanette and sold an astounding 4 million copies worldwide in 1976. His debut album, “Celos de mi Guitarra” (Jealous of my Guitar), garnered success both in Spain and across Latin America. Recognizing his immense contribution to the arts, he was awarded the Medalla de Oro al Mérito en las Bellas Artes on 18 February 2019.

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