Nano Cabrera

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Nano Cabrera is a singer, guitarist, and composer born in Condado, Puerto Rico, who was a member of Haciendo Punto en Otro Son,[1] the musical group that brought popularity to typical Puerto Rican music during the last quarter century. He was a close friend of Tony Croatto, and is a cousin of golfer Ángel Cabrera.

Cabrera was featured on a very popular, Old Colony soda commercial in Puerto Rico during the early 1980s.

His popular song "Isla Para Dos" was covered by Thalía on 2008's Lunada.[2]

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