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Reynaldo Armas

Reynaldo Armas, born in Los Guatacaros, Santa Maria de Ipire, Guarico State, Venezuela, August 4, 1953, is a famous Venezuelan singer and composer.

His parents were Nicasio Armas Figueroa and Modesta Enguaima Hernandez.

His first idol was Jose Romero Bello, a very respected singer and composer and one of the first interpreters of "Florentino y el Diablo", next to El Carrao de Palmarito. Reynaldo Armas was baptized with the pseudonym El Cardenal Sabanero when he traveled with Romero Bello to San Fernando de Apure and participated in the festival "Cantaclaro de Oro" singing a version of the Florentino de Oro. This was in 1973, and he obtained second place out of 18 participants.

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