Agua Bella

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Agua Bella
Origin Peru
Genres Cumbia, Technocumbia
Years active 1999-present
Website http://www.aguabella.org

Agua Bella is a female technocumbia music band from Peru.

History[edit]

Agua Bella was created in 1999 by music entrepreneur José Castillo, with the idea to merge the technocumbia music with top female voices and beauty. After castings to hire singers and dancers, the original band was composed by singers Evelyn Campos and Yolanda Medina with some non-regular dancers. Their first CD, Cariño Loco, was a success. Since then, Castillo has worked to keep the band between five and six members between singers and dancers.

In 2004, after ten CDs and hundreds of live plays and television appearances, it was announced that Agua Bella was to begin a "new generation". Most of the original members went on an international farewell tour, while the new generation performed their debut tour in Peru.

Discography[edit]

An incomplete list of albums, with singles also listed.

  • Cariño Loco ("Lucerito Mío", "Cariño Loco", "Merezco un Nuevo Amor")
  • Agua Bella: ¡Sólo hay una! ("Pasito Tun Tun", "Agua de veneno", "Luna Bonita")
  • Mil Años (double CD) ("Voy a Buscarme un Amor", "Porqué, Porqué", "El Silbido")
  • Mejor que Nunca ("El Zapateadito", "Sólo un Papel", "Te Dejo Libre")
  • Sólo Compárame ("Que No, Que No", "Me Abandonaste", "Salud por Él", "Sólo Compárame")
  • Mi Orgullo Puede Más ("Que Tienen tus Ojos", "Mi Orgullo Puede Más")
  • Imparables ("Llévate mi Corazón", "Nadie Muere de Amor", "Que te vaya bien", "Dime por que Te Vas")
  • El Gran Fiestón ("Así Te Quería Ver")

Members[edit]

List of past and present members of Agua Bella, with present members in bold.

Singers[edit]

  • Katty Jara
  • Angie Salcedo
  • Alejandra Pascucci
  • Alhely Cheng
  • Cielo Torres
  • Evelyn Campos
  • Giuliana Rengifo
  • Marina Yafac
  • Maricarmen Marín
  • Romy Simeón
  • Rosa Salazar
  • Yolanda Medina

Dancers[edit]

  • Olga Lastra
  • Kerly Masko
  • Sally Portocarrero
  • Cintya Macedo
  • Fiorella Alburqueque
  • Kelly Tito
  • Nancy Castelo

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