Juan Carlos Fiori Noticias Voyage LA

But it was my uncle Abraham my mom’s cousin who was about the same age as myself the one who taught me how to play guitar when I was around thirteen.

He passed away only four years after that. By then, I was playing with the school band and in my own project.

I found myself playing and writing more than ever before, my guitar helped me during those difficult times.

Coming to the U.S. was a struggle as most new things are, but also a great adventure.

Because of my age, I could have continued my High School but we needed money so I started working in a warehouse and then as a union laborer as soon as I turned eighteen.

At the same time I was pursuing my music dream, I have meed this amazing guitar player with an extraordinary talent, he could play from flamenco to speed metal and with Luis Marquez, I did my first demos.

Not too long after we meet Ruben Chavez a drummer from Riverside that was into Spanish Rock and Heavy Metal.

I picked up the bass and we began to play at different locations around the IE, OC, and LA as Espuelas Negras.

Around that time, I wrote a few songs two of which I have recently recorded and made part of my new album, those are “Inocente Otra Vez” and “Limbo”.

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