Circo

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Circo
Origin San Juan, Puerto Rico
Genres Alternative rock, new wave, indie, eclectic, electroacoustic, Latin
Years active 2001–present
Labels Sony/BMG
Universal Latino
Universal
Members Jose Luis "Fofé" Abreu
Edgardo "Egui" Santiago
José David Pérez
Orlando Méndez
Past members Nicolás Cordero

Circo is a band from Puerto Rico which formed in 2001. Its members are Jose Luis "Fofé" Abreu (vocals), Edgardo "Egui" Santiago (keyboards), José David Pérez (drums, vibes), Nicolás Cordero (bass)(Nico is no longer with the band), and Orlando Méndez (guitar). The band was nominated for Rock New Artist at the 16th Lo Nuestro Awards, losing to Mexican singer Alessandra Rosaldo.[1][2] They also have been nominated for various Latin Grammy Awards in Latin Grammy Awards of 2002,Latin Grammy Awards of 2005 and Latin Grammy Awards of 2008.

Discography[edit]

  • No Todo lo que es Pop es Bueno (2001)
  • No Todo lo que es Pop es Bueno (Special 2 disc edition) (2003)
  • En el Cielo de tu Boca (2005)
  • Cursi (2007)

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