Dani Umpi

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Dani Umpi
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Dani Umpi in 2006.
Born
Daniel Umpiérrez

(1974-11-01) 1 November 1974 (age 44)
Tacuarembó, Uruguay
NationalityUruguayan
OccupationWriter, artist, musician, singer and photographer
WebsiteDani Umpi

Daniel Umpiérrez (Tacuarembó, 1974) also known as Dani Umpi, is a Uruguayan artist, musician and writer.

Biography[edit]

He was born in Tacuarembó, Uruguay, on 1 November 1974, to a Catholic family dedicated to ecumenical activities. He studied in the San Javier Jesuit college He is living in Montevideo since 1993.

As a musician, he has collaborated with Luciano Supervielle, Max Capote, Patricia Curzio, Carlos Perciavale, Wendy Sulca and Fito Paez, to name a few.

Books[edit]

Año Título ISBN Publisher Comments
2003 Aún soltera 987-22648-5-6 Eloísa Cartonera
2004 Miss Tacuarembó 987-1180-03-9 Interzona Editora
2006 Sólo te quiero como amigo 987-1180-34-9 Interzona Editora
2006 Aún soltera Mansalva Republished
2009 Sólo te quiero como amigo Estruendomudo Republished
2010 La vueltita ridícula 978-987-1405-20-6 Vestales
2010 Nena, no robarás 978-987-1075-87-4 Libros del Rojas
2012 Un poquito tarada 976-9974-700-13-0 Planeta
2013 Un poquito tarada 978-950-49-3789-0 Planeta Argentina

Discography[edit]

In his second record (Dramática), a collaboration with Adrián Soiza on acoustic guitar and Dani Umpi on vocals, they cover pop and rock classics, like Valeria Lynch, Ace of Base, Fun People and Pet Shop Boys.

Year Title Label Comments
2006 Perfecto Contrapedal Récords
2009 Dramática Contrapedal Récords
2012 Mormazo Contrapedal Records

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