Miguel Piñera

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Not to be confused with Miguel Piñero.
Miguel Negro Piñera.
Negro Piñera in Bierfest Valdivia.

José Miguel Carlos Piñera Echenique, also known as Negro Piñera (born October 18, 1954 in Santiago), is a Chilean celebrity, night club owner and amateur musician. He is the brother of President of Chile Sebastián Piñera and of economist José Piñera. Piñera was married to Argentinean model Belén Hidalgo. Negro Piñera is of Asturian[1] and Basque[2] descent.

Miguel Piñera is the fifth son of José Piñera Carvallo and Magdalena Echenique Rozas. His siblings are Guadalupe, José, Sebastián, Pablo, and María Teresa.

He studied at the Colegio del Verbo Divino, and Saint George's School. During his adolescence, he lived in Belgium through his father's role as the Chilean ambassador to Belgium and the United Nations. His father's profession would also later take him to live in New York City.

At the age of fifteen, he received his first electric guitar and developed his musical talent. He participated in South America's largest music festival, Festival de la Canción de Viña del Mar, in 1983.

He is a well-known celebrity in the Chilean show and nightclub business.

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