Gabriela Anders

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Gabriela Anders
Birth name Gabriela Anders
Origin Buenos Aires, Argentina
Occupations Singer
Instruments Singer, Piano
Years active 1990s-present
Labels Warner Bros. Records[1]
Warner Music Argentina
Associated acts Grover Washington, Jr., Spyro Gyra, Jorge Anders, Wayne Krantz, George Duke

Gabriela Anders (born March 17, 1972 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine singer and pianist, specializing in soul, jazz and Latin.[2][3] Her debut album was Wanting from 1998, including tracks "You Know What It's Like", "Wanting" and "I'll Be Loving You". Subsequent albums are Latina and Eclectica, both from 2003, Last Tango In Rio from 2004 and "Bossa Beleza" from 2008.[4]

One of her most notable performances was with George Duke at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1999 (Casino Lights '99) when she sang vocals on the track Brazilian Love Affair.

Most tracks are sung in English, with many sung in her native Spanish. She is married to guitarist Wayne Krantz.

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