Kiko Veneno in concert
The pioneer in the fusion of flamenco, pop and rock will be playing in Miami this March.
Kiko Veneno received in 2009 the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts awarded by the Ministry of Culture to individuals and institutions that have excelled exceptionally in the field of artistic and cultural creation, and the 2012 National Award for Contemporary Music for his work as a driver of mestizos music.
A pioneer in the fusion of flamenco, pop and rock, Kiko Veneno collaborated in 1979 on the legendary album La Leyenda del Tiempo with Camarón de la Isla, writing the song I’m Flying. His album Echate un Cantecito sold 300,000 copies and is a main reference for artists like Martirio, Julieta Venegas, Muchachito Bombo Infierno, Mala Rodriguez and The Planets.
Kiko Veneno has released his latest album, Sensación Térmica, on March 2013. La vida es Dulce is the first single released from this album.
- La vida es dulce (Warner, 2013)
- Dice la gente (Warner, 2010)
- El hombre invisible (ELE MUSICA, 2006)
- Un ratito de gloria (BMG RCA, 2001)
- La Familia Pollo (BMG RCA, 2000)
- Puro Veneno (BMG RCA, 1998)
- Punta Paloma (BMG Ariola, 1997)
- Está muy eso del cariño (BMG Ariola, 1995)
- Échate un cantecito (BMG Ariola, 1992)
- El pueblo guapeao (Twins, 1989)
- Pequeño salvaje (Nuevos Medios, 1987)
- Si tú, si yo (Epic, 1984)
- Seré mecánico por ti (Epic, 1981)
- Veneno (CBS, 1977)