Marcos Llunas

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Marcos Gómez Llunas
Born (1971-09-29) 29 September 1971 (age 43)
Origin Madrid, Spain
Genres Pop, Latino
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1989-2004

Marcos Gómez Llunas (born 29 September 1971, Madrid) is a Spanish singer-songwriter, known in Spain and Latin America. His debut single "Para reconquistarte" reached the No.1 spot all over Hispanic America. He is also known for his successful participation in the 1997 Eurovision Song Contest.

Llunas, son of Spanish singer Dyango, released his self-titled first album in 1993. His biggest hit was "Para reconquistarte", it became a smash-hit all over Hispanic America during the whole 1993, it peaked at the number one position and spent several weeks at the top in Argentina, Mexico, Chile and Uruguay. He later recorded several moderately successful singles, and in 1995, in Paraguay, won the OTI Song Festival for Spain with the song "Eres mi debilidad".

In 1997, Llunas was chosen internally by broadcaster TVE as the Spanish representative for the 42nd Eurovision Song Contest with his self-penned song "Sin rencor" ("No Hard Feelings"). At the contest, held in Dublin on 3 May, "Sin rencor" finished in sixth place of the 25 entries.[1][2]

In the years following his Eurovision appearance, Llunas recorded in Portuguese and Catalan in addition to Spanish, and became particularly successful in Latin American markets. His most recent album, a career retrospective, was released in 2004 and he has been inactive as a recording artist since, although he has appeared as a judge on Spanish television talent shows.

Albums discography[edit]

  • 1993: Marcos Llunas
  • 1995: Piel a piel
  • 1996: Vida
  • 1997: Mi Historia
  • 1999: Pluja d'estels
  • 1999: Desnudo
  • 2002: Me gusta
  • 2003: Hechicera
  • 2004: Mi retrato
  • 2012: A la voz del alma: Marcos Llunas a Dyango


Preceded by
Antonio Carbonell
with "¡Ay, qué deseo!"
Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Mikel Herzog
with "¿Qué voy a hacer sin ti?"