JOSE MARIA NAPOLEON – 19th ANNUAL LATIN GRAMMY

JOSE MARIA NAPOLEON – 19th ANNUAL LATIN GRAMMY

 

José María Napoleón Ruiz Narváez (August 18, 1950) is a Mexican singer and composer. He arrived from Aguascalientes to Mexico City in 1966.

He competed in the national Méxican OTI Festival, therefore

the National final to select the Mexican entrant

at the main OTI Festival in 1977.

Although he ended in the last place with no points, and

his career went on successfully, turning into a star in Mexico. Because,

Singers like Vicente FernándezPepe Aguilar, and

Pedro FernándezYuriFranck PourcelPlácido Domingo and

José José, Rosario De Alba sang his compositions.

 

Discography

“El grillo” (1970)

“De vez en vez” (1975)

“Después de tanto” (1976)

“Vive” (1976)

“Pajarillo” (1977)

“Hombre” (1977)

“Un pedazo de madera” (1977)

“Porque te quiero andaré” (1977)

“Recuerdo apagado” (1978)

“Lo que no fue no será” (1979)

“Sin tu amor” (1979)

“Eres” (1980)

“Treinta años” (1980)

“Ella se llamaba” (1980)

“Mientras llueve” (1982)

“Celos” (1982)

“Nunca cambies” (1984)

“Corazón, corazón” (1985)

“Déjame Amarte De Nuevo” (1974)

  • LAS VEGAS, NV – NOVEMBER 13: Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Jose Maria Napoleon attends the 2018 Latin Recording Academy Special Awards during the The 19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards at the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas on November 13, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by John Parra/Getty Images for LARAS )
  • LAS VEGAS, NV – NOVEMBER 13: Jose Maria Napoleon attends the 2018 Latin Recording Academy Special Awards during the The 19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards at the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas on November 13, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by John Parra/Getty Images for LARAS )
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