Carmen Camacho

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Carmen Camacho
Born 1939 (age 77–78)
Catanduanes, Philippine Islands
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1950s-present
Labels Villar
Associated acts Mabuhay Singers

Carmen Camacho (born 1939, in Catanduanes, Luzon, Philippines) was one of the Philippine Kundiman Divas of the 1960s along with Norma Ledesma, Norma Balagtas, Pilita Corrales, and others.

Camacho was a member of the Mabuhay Singers in the 1950s.[1] She recorded her first album in the early 1960s, and recorded most of her songs with Villar Records. Camacho continued performing into the 2010s, at which time the Philippine Daily Inquirer called her "the country's top kundiman diva".[2]


  • Nagkamali Ako (1966)
  • Kapuspalad ng Isilang (1967)
  • Katkatawami't Kasta Unay (1968)
  • Nagpaiten ni Lagip (1969)
  • Dakung Kasalanan (Cebuano) (196?) (Villar MLS 5119)
  • The Best Of Bicol Folk Songs (Becolano) (196?) (Digitally Remastered CD Release Mayon/Alpha Records(c)1999)


  1. ^ Golden Voices[permanent dead link]. Manila Bulletin.
  2. ^ Catanduanes Holds Kundiman Music Fest[permanent dead link]. Philippine Daily Inquirer, November 22, 2010.

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