Juan Carlos Alvarado

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Juan Carlos Alvarado
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Juan Carlos Alvarado
Background information
Born (1964-12-28) December 28, 1964 (age 53)
Guatemala
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, musician, recording artist
Instruments Vocals, piano, guitar
Years active 1984–present
Labels Aleluya Records
Word Records
Website juancarlosalvarado.com

Juan Carlos Alvarado (born December 28, 1964) is a Christian pop singer known for songs such as "Jehova es mi guerrero" Cristo no está muerto, El borde de su manto, No Basta, Vivo para Cristo,"Soy deudor", "Mi mejor adoración ", and "Santo es el Señor".

Career[edit]

As a child, Alvarado had a passion for singing and playing the piano.[1] In 1987, Alvarado recorded his first album, Digno de alabar. In 1993 Alvarado recorded his first "Live" album entitled Aviva el fuego. A year later Alvarado recorded "Lion of Juda" in Spanish under Word Records, an American label. After the production of Aviva el Fuego, Hosanna Integrity and Canzion Productions worked together with Alvarado to produce Glorificate and Tu Palabra consecutively in 1993. In 1995, Alvarado released "Hoy mas que ayer". More recent releases include "FUEGO en vivo" and "Tu palabra cantaré".

Discography[edit]

With Palabra En Acción[edit]

Year of Release Title
1987 Digno De Alabar
1988 Jehová Es Mi Guerrero
1989 Glorificad A Jehová
1990 Santo Es El Señor
1991 Más Que Vencedor

Solo[edit]

Year of Release Title Label
1992 Aviva El Fuego Aleluya Records
Aleluya Music
1993 Tu Palabra Aleluya Records
Canzion Music
1993 Glorificate Aleluya Records
Hosanna! Music
1994 León De Judá Aleluya Records
Heart Cry
1995 Hoy Mas Que Ayer Aleluya Records
Aleluya Music
1997 Coleccion Vol.1 Aleluya Records
Aleluya Music
1999 Nunca Digas Nunca Aleluya Records
Aleluya Music
2001 Vivo Para Cristo Aleluya Records
Aleluya Music
2004 Fiesta Aleluya Records
Aleluya Music
2006 Fuego Aleluya Records
Aleluya Music
2008 Tu Palabra Cantare Aleluya Records
Aleluya Music

Awards[edit]

Premios Musica Cristiana[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Juan Carlos Alvarado". Juan Carlos Alvarado. Archived from the original on August 3, 2009. Retrieved August 10, 2009.
  2. ^ "Premios Arpa". Premios Arpa. Retrieved 2009-08-18.

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