Álvaro Torres

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Álvaro Torres
Born (1954-04-09) April 9, 1954 (age 60)
Origin Usulután, El Salvador
Genres Latin pop
Years active 1976—Present
Website http://www.alvarotorres.com/

Álvaro Torres (born April 9, 1954) is a Salvadoran singer and songwriter.


Álvaro Torres was a wealthy family and born on April 9, 1954 in Usulután, El Salvador.[1] Torres moved to Guatemala and started a solo career recording his first album, "Algo especial" (Something Special) in 1976. In 1977 he released the album "Acariciame" (Caress Me), and he became better known in the 1980s. Years later, Torres moved to the United States. He lived in Colorado, California and finally Florida. In 1991 Torres had an artistic breakthrough when he released "Nada Se Compara Contigo". He was voted Songwriter of the Year by BMI in 1994.

Some of his more famous songs are "Hazme olvidarla", "La Unica" (The Only One), "Lo Que Se Dice Olvidar" Si Estuvieras Conmigo (If you were here with me) and "Nada se compara contigo" (Nothing Compares to You). He sang a duet with the Mexican singer Marisela on the song "Mi amor por ti" (My Love for You), and also sang a duet with Selena on the song "Buenos amigos" (Good Friends), and in 1997 he recorded "Estaremos Juntos" (We Are together) a duet with Millie Corretjer for her album Sola (Alone).

Some of his musical influences are Sandro, Camilo Sesto, and Joan Manuel Serrat.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Alvaro Torres on Yahoo! Music