Bravo (Spanish group)

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Bravo was a Spanish musical group of the 1980s. The band was formed in 1982, with a similar line-up to ABBA (two men, two women). The band rose to fame in Spain when they were chosen to represent their country in the Eurovision Song Contest 1984. Spain had received nul points in 1983 and few were expecting a great result with Bravo's entry, "Lady, Lady".

However, the song finished in third place in the Eurovision Song Contest 1984 and had great success in the charts in Spain and Latin America. The band was invited onto many shows in Latin America (including Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic) and participated in the Viña del Mar Festival in Chile. The band released two albums before dissolving in 1986.


The band consisted of Amaya Saizar, Luis Villar, Yolanda Hoyos and Esteban Santos.

Discography (albums)[edit]

  • Bravo
  • Noche a noche

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Remedios Amaya
with "¿Quién maneja mi barca?"
Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Paloma San Basilio
with "La fiesta terminó"