Zahara (Spanish musician)

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Zahara
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Background information
Birth nameMaría Zahara Gordillo Campos
Born (1983-08-10) 10 August 1983 (age 37)
Úbeda, Jaén, Spain
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, Guitar
Years active2005–present
LabelsUniversal Music Group (2005–2011)
Associated actsLove of Lesbian, Joaquín Sabina
Websitewww.laparejatoxica.com www.zaharamania.net (in Spanish)

María Zahara Gordillo Campos (born Úbeda, Jaén, Spain, September 10, 1983), better known as Zahara, is a Spanish singer-songwriter.

Biography and education[edit]

Zahara wrote her first song when she was fifteen years old, 'Una Palabra' (One Word).[1] Zahara attended the Colegio Público Sebastián de Córdoba, and she studied her music at the Conservatorio de Música in Ubeda.[1] She spent half a semester at the Instituto Francisco.[1] For her tertiary education, she studied in, and graduated from, the Magisterio Musical between Almería and Granada.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Día 913 (Day 913) (2005)
  • La Fabulosa Historia De... (The Fabulous History Of...) (2009)
  • La Pareja Tóxica (The Toxic Couple) (2011)
  • Santa (Saint) (2015)
  • Astronauta (Astronaut) (2018)
  • Alienígena (Alien) (2019)
  • Puta (Whore) (2021)

Singles[edit]

  • Merezco (I Deserve) (2009)
  • Con Las Ganas (Left Wanting) (2010)
  • Lucha De Gigantes (Fight of Giants) with Love of Lesbian (2010)
  • Pregúntale Al Polvo (Ask The Dust) (2011)
  • Leñador y La Mujer América (Lumberjack And The American Woman) (2011)
  • El Lugar Donde Viene a Morir El Amor (The Place Where Love Comes To Die) (2012)
  • Crash (2015)
  • El Frío (The cold) (2015)
  • Hoy La Bestia Cena en Casa (2018)
  • Guerra Fría (2018)
  • El Fango (2018)
  • MARICHANE (2021)
  • canción de muerte y salvación (2021)
  • TAYLOR (2021)
  • berlin U5 (2021)
  • DOLORES (2021

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