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Coral

Posted in MusicWorld on January 22, 2008

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Coral has been playing guitar and writing her own songs since age 14. She self-released her first album in the summer of 2001 and sold more than 3,000 copies throughout Argentina. In 2002, she relocated to South Beach and was exposed first-hand to America’s thriving Latin rock scene.

Coral’s March 2006 release was written, recorded and produced in New York City, with the participation of producers like Itaal Shur and Pete Miser, among others, and her music video, “Abril,” as deemed “buzz-worthy” by MTV Español.

Coral played to packed houses and Miami at venues such as Town Hall, S.O.B.’s, and Joe’s Pub in New York and the Bayfront Park Theater and Macarena in Miami. She also performed at the Super Bowl’s opening party and rocked outdoor music festivals like the Argentine Festival in Miami and Quilmes Rock.

Currently, Coral resides in New York City where she is finished with her English-language EP, Inside The C, with Itaal Shur and is working on her new album, Pocket Songs.

As a songwriter, she has collaborated with artists like Volumen Cero for the single “Autos”; EMI artist Ness for the Spanish version of “More Than This”; and is co-writing the Spanish version of “When Will You Love Me?” for Brenda K. Starr.

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