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Mario Suarez (singer)

Mario Suarez is a Venezuelan folk singer.

From very young, at the age of nine, was presented to Carlos Gardel by his father, who was his driver during his visit to Venezuela, this meeting influence Mario Suarez in what will be his career as singer.

In 1936, Mario Suarez moved to Caracas, beginning his career as child singer in amateur radio programs. In 1943 his professional career begins, when Teo Capriles helps him to enter at the Juan Manuel Olivares Choir, making a debut at the National Theater. That same year knows Billo Frometa, that gives to Suarez, the opportunity to sing in his orchestra, in 1946 thanks to Julio Rodriguez Telleria, enters at Radio Caracas Radio, where is listened by the stars of the moment. Mexican singer Pedro Vargas, support him, projecting his career to great scenes.

Related websites

Mario Suarez at Glorias del Folklore foundation

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