Eva Amaral

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Eva Amaral
Background information
Birth name Eva María Amaral Lallana
Born (1972-08-04) 4 August 1972 (age 44)
Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain
Genres Pop rock, folk rock, rock, Spanish rock
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, harmonica, guitar, drums
Years active 1993-present
Labels EMI International, Antártida
Associated acts Amaral
Website www.amaral.es/en

Eva María Amaral Lallana (Zaragoza, Aragon 4 August 1972) is a Spanish singer-songwriter, and member of the group Amaral with Juan Aguirre.[1]

She studied sculpture studies at the Art School of Zaragoza. During this time, she was a member of the band Bandera Blanca, where she was the drummer. In 1993, she met the guitarist Juan Aguirre, who was a member of the band Días De Vino Y Rosas. Together, they created the group Amaral. They moved to Madrid and later signed a contract with Virgin Records.

They have recorded six successful studio albums and have performed as tour support for Lenny Kravitz's Spanish concerts. Their song Rosa de la Paz was included in a record to support Prestige boat victims, also performing at the Nunca Máis demonstration in Madrid. Moby performs along with Eva Amaral on the song "Escapar", the Spanish version of the Amaral song "Slipping Away". Beto Cuevas, front man with the Chilean band "La Ley" joins Amaral on their song "Te Necesito". Pajaros En La Cabeza is their most famous album.

  • Trivia

On 2012, She collaborated with the Spanish Heavy metal band Barón Rojo in "Reina Ácida" (Spanish version of Tina Turner's song "Acid Queen")


  1. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/artist/amaral-p512674 Amaral, Biography, by Jason Birchmeier, All Music Guide, "Amaral are a Spanish pop/rock band who began topping the national charts with remarkable frequency after the turn of the century.", allmusic.com, section: artist, sub-section: Amaral, Rovi Corporation, Accessed: 18 August 2011

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