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Braulio Antonio García Bautista (born in Santa María de Guía, Grand Canary), is a Spanish singer-songwriter.

He began his music career in 1973, and in 1976 he was chosen by a public vote to participate for Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest with the self penned song "Sobran las palabras". He placed 16th in a field of 18.[1] Over the years he also participated in some other song festivals: three times at the Benidorm International Song Festival (1973, 1975 and 1981); at the Viña del Mar International Song Festival in 1979, where he got the main prize; or at the Yamaha Music Festival in 1982.

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Preceded by
Sergio y Estíbaliz
with "Tú volverás"
Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest
1976
Succeeded by
Micky
with "Enséñame a cantar"

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