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Today in Latin American History

Singer Sandro Known as the “Argentine Elvis” Died in 2010

Today in Latin American history, Argentine songwriter Sandro died in 2010.

Roberto Sanchez, the Argentine singer known as “Sandro” and who drew comparisons to Elvis Presley was the first Latino artist to sell out Madison Square Garden in New York.

During his career, Sandro recorded dozens of albums and also acted in 16 movies.  He is considered one of the pioneers of the Spanish Rock movement.

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