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José Guardiola
Born 1930
Barcelona, Spain
Occupation Singer

José Guardiola, (Barcelona, Spain, 1930) is a Spanish singer of popular music who sang in Spanish and Catalan. He did mostly Spanish versions of foreign songs and reached his maximum fame in Spain and Latin America in the early 1960s with versions of songs like Sixteen Tons, Mack the Knife and Ya Mustafa. He was known as the Spanish Crooner due to his style and the types of songs he sang. He represented Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest of 1963. At that time he also sang a few songs with his infant daughter.

Preceded by
Victor Balaguer
with "Llámame"
Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest
1963
Succeeded by
Los TNT
with "Caracola"

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