Cuco Valoy

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Cuco Valoy
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Background information
Also known as El Brujo
Born 1937 (age 76–77)
Origin Manoguayabo, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Genres salsa, son montuno, merengue
Occupations Musician
Instruments vocals, maracas, güiro, guitar
Years active 1950's
Associated acts Los Ahijados, Los Virtuosos, La Tribu

Cuco Valoy (born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic in 1937) is Dominican salsa, son montuno and merengue singer. He began performing Cuban son with his cousin Martín, under the name Los Ahijados. Cuco is the father of Ramón Orlando with whom he formed the band Los Virtuosos, changed to La Tribu. He is widely known for the song Juliana, which was covered by the group DLG; a cover that featured Valoy's vocals.

In 2009 Valoy introduce a new song La Piedra.

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