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Why this name?
That was the name of a small little dog I had and died when he was just one year old.
Do you play live?
Yes, many times. But I mostly prefer to play among friends.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It has offered to people lots of chances to know about music.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Why not?
Band History:
I started to play mandoline and other small instruments when I was a small child and therefore unable to handle a big guitar. Then I got a cheap one when I grew a little more up. My dream was to play piano but my parents couldn't afford to buy one for me. Later I joined different groups of modern music, the last one was "Los Suaves" when I was living in Orense (Galicia) for three years and playing the lead guitar with them. Long before that I had been estudying in the Music Conservatory of Córdoba in Spain which was near of my home town.

I finished my proffesional studies of classical guitar when I was about 20 years old, then I was playing in concert all over Spain.
Your influences?
It could be rather difficult for me to say. In the beginning I was playing lots of music written by JS Bach and arranged for guitar plus many other classical guitar composers like F Sor, D Aguado, N Coste, Carcassi, etc.

At the same time I was studying and listening to other musicians from the Barroco times to modern music, but if I had to mention a few of them I would say Chopin, Schumann, Fauré, Ravel, Debussy, Stravinsky, Falla, Granados, Albéniz, Villa-Lobos, E. Nazareth, Baden Powell, E Satie... and many other.

I would say another long list including The Beatles, R Stones, The Kings, King Crimson, Chick Korea, Tellonius Monk, Elton John and... so many other that I would probably never finish.
Favorite spot?
Hummmm..., there are so many....
Equipment used:
None, just a microphone and a recording equipment.
Anything else...?
Of course, thanks a lot to people who listen to me and enjoy my music in the same way I do when playing it.
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