BMI Gets the 411 on Latin Group 6 Twenty

Posted in News on July 27, 2006
Modern Latin pop singing group 6 Twenty made their way to the BMI Los Angeles office to make it official by signing up with BMI's Delia Orjuela. The boys are wrapping up production on their debut release and video for the single "Imposible," and recently opened for pop group Sin Bandera at the Gibson Amphitheater in Universal City.

BMI's Delia Orjuela (center) welcomes 6 Twenty's Bobby, Richie, Jose and Tito. Photo by Ellen S. Ratner

6 Twenty got their start while attending Jordan High School in Long Beach, Calif. Colombian-born brothers Richard (Richie) and Joseph (Jose) Sanchez met two friends, Roberto (Bobby) Cerda and Gil (Tito) Figueroa, a talented singer and songwriter from Puerto Rico, and hit off a close friendship that eventually developed into a professional musical career. The decided to form a singing group, naming themselves after the date they met.

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