FELIPE CONDE

From a very young age he has been related to music, since his mother gave him a flamenco guitar and hired a teacher, which allowed Felipe to start singing in tablaos and flamenco parties.

In 1999, Felipe Conde’s first album was published. It was called La Buenventura, an album full of different pop rhythms, ballad, mixed with a flamenco touch. His first single was Los Ángeles Bailan with which in a short time reached the top positions of the music charts and in which he remained several weeks.

After the closing of the company with which he published his first album, it is not until 2002 when he publishes his second album, Al sur de mis sentidos, recorded in Italy. Felipe made his debut as a composer. This album was presented to the program Verano noche presented by Bertín Osborne and Mar Saura in which it was first in its category as best soloist singer.

In the year 2004, 12 new songs come to light in Detrás de tu mirada. The disc was published by Universal, and 9 songs were of own composition. One of these songs is dedicated to the streets of the Jewish quarter of Córdoba.

In 2006, he published his latest work, Rumors, which is composed entirely by Felipe Conde himself. From this album came the single Echo de Menos that competed to represent Spain in Eurovision. His first single was Rumors that gives title to the album and the second Nos vamos a una fiesta.

At the end of the year he joined a group of musicians to finally consolidate a group in homage to Andalusian rock called “Hijos de Leyenda”, and whose first single was a version of Camarón’s hit “Como el agua” releasing a concert tour and his new album.

In 2011 he served as a jury in the Canal Sur program called copla.