Real Name: José Luis Moneró. Profile: José Luis Moneró: Born April 6, 1921 in Juncos, Puerto Rico - Died February 15, 2011 in Caguas, Puerto Rico. With just 17 years of age, a shy José Luis seemed to be then marked by luck. Because surprisingly, opportunities began to double quickly. Like many of his contemporaries in full the 40s, José Luis Moneró migrated north to settle in New York City. There he took trumpet lessons with the famous American musician Charles Colin. He played and sang with legends like Noro Morales and José Curbelo.
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José Luis Moneró grew up to become one of the legends of the bolero genre in Puerto Rico, latin America and the United States. As an adolescent, he dreamed of being a singer and Moneró fulfilled that dream in 1938 when he joined his first orchestra, led by Mario Dumont. His fame grew quickly and led him to join the orchestra of Luis Morales, the brother of Noro Morales. His time with Morales was quite short since Moneró quickly changed to join the orchestra of Rafael Muñoz, where he worked for the next four years. With Cugat, Moneró toured throughout Europe, the United States and Africa, and even appeared in no less than six motion pictures for the famous MGM Studios. Despite this success, he was hospitalized and nearly died due to alcohol abuse. The great force of his character helped him gave up alcohol and recover.
Lyrics for top songs by José Luis Monero. Canto del Loco (Guaracha). Tocame Con Limon (Guaracha).
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