Camilo Sesto Biography
Camilo Sesto is a Spanish singer, songwriter and music producer born on 16 September 1946 in Alcoy (Alicante), Spain as Camilo Blanes Cortés. Sesto is a composer of romantic pop and rock ballads in the Latino genre.
He sang in two pop bands during the 1960s and won a contest in a Madrid TV show. His first record with his band Los Dayson was in 1965. In 1966, Sesto joined another band, Los Botines. In 1970, he recorded various songs like: “Llegará el Verano” y “Sin Dirección”, with the artistic name “Camilo Sexto”. Sesto played a part in the Spanish filming of Shakespeare’s Hamlet and later teamed up with singer and producer Juan Pardo, but success would come on its own accord, with his own music works.
Throughout his career, Sesto has sold over 175 million albums worldwide, excluding sales of all artists who helped and produced. More than 40 productions for him and other artists, would add up in total between 300 and 400 million albums sold throughout his career and that of others.
Throughout his career he remained as one of the most influential pioneer artists of rock/ballad in Spanish, that would inspire many newer acts in the Latino music world as well as across Europe. As a composer he has written songs for artists such as Ángela Carrasco, Miguel Bosé, Lucía Méndez, Charytín Goyco and José José, among others. Camilo produced and translated the lyrics to Spanish, of an album from the popular Australian band Air Supply.
Camilo Sesto Age
Camilo Sesto was born on 16 September 1946 in Alcoy, Spain. He is 71 years old as of 2018.
Camilo Sesto Children, Son
He has one son named Camilo Blanes born on 24 November 1983.
Camilo Sesto Net Worth
Sesto has an estimated net worth of $80 million. Sesto has earned his wealth through songwriter, composer songs.
Camilo Sesto Youtube
To watch and listen to all Camilo Sesto songs click the following link.
Camilo Sesto Concert | Tour Dates
Sesto does not have any tours in 2018. In 2017 he had several tours including;
- Thursday 19 October 2017
Carlos Vives, Ednita Nazario, Ana Gabriel, Charlie Zaa, Horacio Palencia, Wisin, and Camilo Sesto
James L. Knight International Center, Miami, FL, US
- Sunday 11 June 2017
United Palace Theatre, New York, NY, US
- Friday 09 June 2017
United Palace Theatre, New York, NY, US
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Camilo Sesto Album
- The Summer / Without Direction will arrive (1971) (Soon)
- Something About Me (1971) (Soon)
- Only One Man (1972) (Soon)
- Something More (1973) (Soon)
- Camilo (1974) (Soon)
- Free Love (1975) (Soon)
- Jesus Christ Superstar (1975) (Soon)
- Memories (1976) (Soon)
- Features (1977) (Soon)
- Between Friends (1977) (Soon)
- Feelings (1978) (Soon)
- Hours of Love (1979) (Soon)
- Dawning (1980) (Soon)
- More and More (1981) (Soon)
- With Ganas (1982) (Soon)
- Amanecer / 84 (1983) (Ariola)
- Yours (1985) (Ariola)
- Dance Agenda (1986) (Ariola)
- A Will of Heaven (1991) (Ariola)
- Hurricane Of Love (1992) (Ariola)
- Love Without Vertigo (1994) (Ariola)
- Alma (2002)
Camilo Sesto Songs
- Do you want to be my lover?
- With the wind in your favor
- Where you are, with who you are
- Forgive me
- The love of my life
- Dumbed down
- Sooner or later
- To live like this is to die of love
- Wild strawberry
- While you still need me
- Everything for nothing
- Love do not ignore me
- Angel Skin
- My world you
- Lie to Me…
- You have been born free
- You do not know how much I love you
- My love, what have you done to me?
- The fault has been mine
- Chained heart
- What else does it give you?
- Without remedy
- Living without you
- Fall in love with me
- Beggar of love
- Come or go
- Sad ending
- Rains, it pours
Camilo Sesto News
Spaniard artist Camilo Sesto returns to Los Angeles for the last time
Updated: Jul 11, 2015
After four years of absence from performing on stage in Los Angeles, the Spaniard composer, singer and producer, Camilo Sesto, returns one last time. Although he has tried to leave the stage, today with his unreachable trajectory he has a commitment with his audience and fans alike and returns to give them an unforgettable evening in Los Angeles with his Todo de Mi tour.
Sesto will fulfill his fans requests at The Forum in Inglewood on Friday, November 6 with his last concert. As the Spaniard artist expressed, “¿A quien no le gustaría estar rodeado de un público como el de ustedes? Ahí es donde justamente voy a estar, en el Forum el día 6 de noviembre. Todos juntos a celebrar la vida, a celebrar el entusiasmo, la alegría. Todos, Camilo Sesto y vosotros.” (Who doesn’t want to be surrounded by an audience like you? That is exactly where I will be at, at The Forum the 6th of November. All together to celebrate life, celebrate enthusiasm, joy. All of us, Camilo Sesto and you).
With only 25 edited albums self-produced and almost always self-composed, Sesto has sold more than 166 million copies and has more than 600 songs registered with the Spanish Society of Authors and Publishers. Furthermore, he’s the Spanish singer with the most #1 hits worldwide: 52 that is.
Singer of “Perdóname,” “Vivir Así es Morir de Amor,” “El Amor de mi Vida,” and other popular classical hits returns to finish off a concert tour he left pending in 2010. Besides performing in Los Angeles, Sesto will perform in other countries in Latin America starting off in Mexico in October and finishing off in Puerto Rico in December. As for his Spaniard fans, Sesto has confirmed a 2016 tour in his homeland Spain – a total of 16 concerts.