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Vidal Colmenares was born on February 14, 1952 in Cano de Indio, a neighborhood in Barinas, deep inside the llanos.
When he was 15 years old, started to sing parrandas llaneras in his home town. He recorded his first album at age 25, including two pasajes llaneros: his Mujer ambiciosa (Ambitious woman) and Amor Indolente (Indolent love), lyrics written by him and music made by Sergio Aranguren, a harpist who accompanied him. He became known thanks to La voz de Apure, a broadcasting station from San Fernando de Apure, where there was a show sponsored by Almacenes El Topacio, and ...
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