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Silvio Rodriguez

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Silvio Rodríguez Domínguez is a celebrated Cuban folk musician, singer-songwriter, guitarist, poet, and political figure. He was born on November 29, 1946, in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba. Considered a leading voice in the Nueva Trova movement, he is known for his work that emerged post-Cuban Revolution. Silvio Rodríguez's musical roots were nurtured during his service in Cuba's military, where he began composing and deepened his interest in social themes. His official debut came in 1967 on the TV show Música y Estrellas and he soon ventured into TV hosting with Mientras Tanto, allowing him to collaborate with other artists. Throughout his career, Silvio Rodríguez has released over 20 albums, including Días y Flores (1975) and Unicornio (1982), which gained him international recognition. He has been a prominent figure in various political and cultural events, using his music to comment on global and social issues. In 2002, he released Expedición, featuring a collaboration with the National Orchestra of Cuba. His 2003 album Cita con Ángeles tackled contemporary global issues, including a tribute to the Iraq War and significant historical events. Silvio Rodríguez also released Érase Que Se Era in 2006, where he revisited songs composed between 1968-1970. Over the following years, he embarked on tours across Latin America and Spain, receiving multiple honorary degrees for his artistic excellence. Despite a denied US visa in 2009, he eventually performed in the United States and Puerto Rico in 2010 after a 30-year absence. That same year, he also released his successful and influential album Segunda Cita, which spawned the popular song "Demasiado." This album was accompanied by a blog and website launch, offering insights into his life and work. His influence extends beyond music to politics and social activism, reflected in his role as a deputy in Cuba's National Assembly and his contributions to cultural discourse through his online platforms.