Eduardo Rodríguez Rodway

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Eduardo Rodríguez
Birth name Eduardo Rodríguez Rodway
Born 1945 (age 71–72)
Triana, Seville, Spain
Genres Flamenco
Occupation(s) guitarist
Instruments Spanish guitar
Associated acts Triana

Eduardo Rodríguez Rodway (born in Seville, in 1945) is a Spanish singer and musician, guitarist of the rock band Triana.[1]


Early life[edit]

Born in 1945 in the city of Seville, his first musical skirmishes began at age 16 with other young Sevillians, traveling fairs and places, time of initiation that would last about four years, after which it would be for a short time to Paris. Upon returning to Spain met in the military aviation.


After that, rip firm and his musical career, first with the group's Flexor to the electric guitar, the oldest rock band Sevillan, playing rock and roll by the American military bases in Spain. Later formed the group Los payos picking Spanish guitar, which would impact and whose greatest success was the famous song "Maria Isabel" in 1969, which was single face b Compassion, a composition of Eduardo. This training meets Juan José Palacios "Tele". Later he joined the group Snuff, which coincided with Jesús de la Rosa Luque.

His career with Triana[edit]

That was until the formation of the banda Triana, next to Jesus de la Rosa and Juan José Palacios, making a new genus within the framework of Spanish music: "Rock Andaluz". For this group, composed songs on all albums except on the patio.

The death of his partner[edit]

After the dissolution of this group in 1983 for the death of Jesus, published two solo albums, Velo de amor (1986) and Night of the Day (1987), which went totally unnoticed. Rodriguez moved to Los Canos de Meca, Cadiz is now completely withdrawn from the world of music.


with Los Payos[edit]


  • Como un adiós (1968).
  • Adiós, Angelina (1968).
  • María isabel (1969).
  • Pequeña Anita (1969).
  • Señor doctor (1970).
  • Un tipo raro (1970).
  • La paz, el cielo y las estrellas (1971).
  • Vuelve junto a mí (1972).


  • Lo mejor de Los Payos (1971).
  • Grandes Éxitos (1973).
  • Los Payos (Yerbabuena. Todas sus grabaciones) (2000).

with Triana[edit]




  • Velo de Amor (1986)
  • Noche del día (1987)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Bonacich, Drago. "Biography: Triana". Allmusic. Retrieved 17 July 2010. 

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