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Klovis Hervoso (born march 6 1979 in La Paz, Bolivia) is a Bolivian singer.

At 8 years he record his first album, called "Enseñando a rezar las oraciones" for Don Bosco Editorial. At age 11 he recorded his second Album called "Canciones para Mamá" and his first cd, with songs such as Hablame del mar marinero and a reedited song of the singer and Mexican actor Guillermo Capetillo titled Baila. In 1992, with a matured voice, his second CD, recorded in Santiago de Chile for EMI Odeon Chilena, with songs like Soy tu amigo secreto, Tu sparked an international promotional tour to Spain and the United States. This also marked him as a music composer, inserting on this album six of his own songs. It reached #4 on the 40 Principales List on Spain (1995), and one that was recorded for the Bolivian games in the 1994 World Cup in the United States, Bolivia país de ganadores.

At the moment he is not active in his singing career, due to university and marriage obligations, and releasing more productions, for his own, and for another musicians on his country.


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