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Reynaldo Armas was born on August 4, 1953 in Santa María de Ipire, Guárico State, Venezuela; his parents are Modesta Enguaima and Nicasio Armas and his 4 brothers Domingo, Algeria, Felipa and Margoth. He began to compose and sing music at age 12 in Zaraza, his place of residence for the time being. There, at age 15, he made his first public appearance on the radio program Caminitos de Zaraza, broadcast on Radio Zaraza and conducted by Pompeyo announcer. Fig Tree Sutil.

At age 17 he went to live in Caracas, where he has to burn many stages in nightclubs in the capital. His first artistic godfather was the maestro José Romero Bello, who gave the stage several times so that Cardinal Sabanero could interpret his new songs with emotional expression.

In 1975 he won his first festival of importance in the city of San Fernando de Apure: El Cantaclaro de Oro in the event known nationally as the Florentino de Oro. This award was for contrapunteadores and Reynaldo won the 18 opponents. That same year he recorded his first album, a single of two songs, Mi primer amor y Cariño feigned. In 97 he recorded another single with the themes Traveling to Venezuela and the Revolutionary. A year later he recorded his first full length with the support of Rafael Martínez, better known as El Cazador Novato, the production was titled Yo también quiero cantar. However, none of this caused more impact because Venezuelan music was heard only in Creole programs, broadcast almost all at dawn or late at night. There was, instead, many nightclubs throughout Caracas and other cities in the center of the country where it seems that the Venezuelan’s nostalgia was revealed through llanera music; For them, the most famous artists of the moment, Magdalena Sánchez, El Carrao de Palmarito, Angel Custodio Loyola, Francisco Montoya, Adilia Castillo, among the llaneros paraded. In another order sounded Héctor Cabrera, Rafael Montaño, Mario Suárez and some more.

Shortly thereafter, the song “Do not Let Me Love You” began to be heard on the radio, sung by Reyna Romero, better known in the environment as Reyna Lucero, with whom many months before Reynaldo Armas had shared many platforms. Cristóbal Jiménez was also heard a lot with Vestida de garza blanca, by composer Pedro Felipe Sosa Caro. In the year 1978, when Reynaldo Armas recorded his album, the revolution of the new Creole music began. More full of romance, is also printed a different appearance with the idea of ​​selling it to other audiences and thus to break the barriers that had away from the popular taste. A whole host of interpreters from all regions of the country, musicians and composers, all with the idea of ​​contributing their bit and making the movement that had just begun great. To that unstoppable movement Reynaldo Armas has contributed more than 350 songs to him, 25 long-playing records and has obtained all the awards that have been granted in the country, starting with Guaicaipuro de Oro, 11 Gold Meridians and 1 Platinum, 8 Rounds of Gold and 1 of Platinum passing through several Maras, Águilas, Apollos, Caribes, Tiunas and even Cucaracheros, as well as many decorations and recognitions of public and private institutes. It is, then, a very productive career, in which stand out for the rest, the six million albums sold only in Venezuela. 25 long-playing records and has obtained all the awards that have been awarded in the country, starting with Guaicaipuro de Oro, 11 Gold and 1 Platinum Meridians, 8 Gold Rounds and 1 Platinum through various Maras, Águilas, Apolos , Caribes, Tiunas and even Cucaracheros, as well as many decorations and recognitions from public and private institutes. It is, then, a very productive career, in which stand out for the rest, the six million albums sold only in Venezuela. 25 long-playing records and has obtained all the awards that have been awarded in the country, starting with Guaicaipuro de Oro, 11 Gold and 1 Platinum Meridians, 8 Gold Rounds and 1 Platinum through various Maras, Águilas, Apolos , Caribes, Tiunas and even Cucaracheros, as well as many decorations and recognitions from public and private institutes. It is, then, a very productive career, in which stand out for the rest, the six million albums sold only in Venezuela. as well as many decorations and recognitions of public and private institutes. It is, then, a very productive career, in which stand out for the rest, the six million albums sold only in Venezuela. as well as many decorations and recognitions of public and private institutes. It is, then, a very productive career, in which stand out for the rest, the six million albums sold only in Venezuela.

Discography

I also want to sing (1.975)
The inspiration of the poet (1.978)
Cantor, poet and painter (1979)
The flower of friendship (1.980)
The Indian (1981)
All a gentleman (1.982)
In the Bicentenary of Bolivar (1.983)
The Greatest love (1,984) For
the boys (1,985)
Fall in love (1,986)
Who could interest (1,986)
My creed (1,987)
Romance peasant (1,988)
With much feeling (1,989)
Pa ‘that you remember me (1,989)
The serenatero (1,990)
Love and envy (1,991)
There is no evil that lasts 100 years (1,992)
Colossal (1,993)
Here is the Little Cardinal (1,994)
Genesis (1,995)
The apple (1996)
Whip in hand (1,998)
Reflections of the year 2000 (1,999)
Reynalderías (2,000)
The flight (2,003)
Your favorite singer (2,005)
Between Girls and Guacharacas (2,009)

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