Marta Sánchez Biography
Marta Sánchez is a Spanish vocalist born on 8 May 1966 in A Coruña, Spain as Marta Sánchez López. In her career, Marta has sold in excess of 10 million albums.
Marta is the daughter to Paz López and her father Antonio Sánchez Camporro was an Asturian opera singer. Marta started her musical career with the band Cristal Oskuro, but shortly after she was discovered by Tino Azores, a sound technician for the popular pop/rock group Olé Olé.
In the year 1985, she became the band’s lead singer replacing Vicky Larraz, which brought her to fame and made her one of the biggest sex symbols of the 1980s in Spain, during a time when the country was easing the traditional rigid moral values of Catholicism.
He first song with Olé Olé was “Lilli Marlen”, a Spanish adaptation of the popular World War II German love song. She later released other songs like “Bailando Sin Salir de Casa” and “Con Sólo Una Mirada” with the group. She stayed with the band until 1991 before deciding to pursue a solo career.
In 1993, she released her debut solo album, Mujer produced by Ralf Stemmann. The albums first single, “Desesperada”, was released both in Spain and The Americas. The second song “Tal Vez”, was provided by Thomas Anders and Ralf Stemmann, but it was the 3rd single, “De Mujer a Mujer” which would establish her as a household name all over Latin America.
She released her second solo album in 1995 with worldwide hits like “Dime La Verdad” followed by “Arena y Sol” and “La Belleza”. Due to the success of Mi Mundo, Marta once again released her second album in English titled My World. She later released other albums including Azabache (1997), Desconocida (1998), Soy Yo (2002), Miss Sánchez (2007) and 21 Días (2015).
Marta Sanchez Cancer
Marta Sánchez is one of the vips that has most helped raise awareness about breast cancer. Just when she turns eleven years old as the face of the Ausonia campaign, and with the absence of Bimba Bosé, the singer has manifested her sadness at the moment for a new blow suffered in her environment. “On Saturday, a sister of my mother died of another cancer, we have it in the family,” she confessed to the visibly affected press. She also talked about the gynecological check-ups, to which she goes “shivering” but to which she encourages women not to miss the annual appointment.
Since the death of her sister Paz, Marta has always tried to focus her efforts so that other women (including her) can avoid becoming another victim of cancer. “I’m shivering at the revisions,” he says. But this does not mean that once a year, go to the doctor to check the status of your breasts is already an unavoidable appointment.
Some time ago they found a benign cyst that, because of what it has revealed in the act of the AECC, continues to live inside its digestive system. “I ask all women not to be lazy and go every year to get checked in. People think you do not notice anything, but from one year to the next you can have the cell in your body,” he warns.
In the # DíaMundialContraElCáncerDeMama, Marta Sánchez also wanted to have a memory for her friend Bimba Bosé, whose dedication and commitment to her illness made her an icon of struggle and strength. “Leaving some analysis for my next TAC my Ausonia girls sent me this beautiful photo with my session partners that year and my dear Bimba, whom we miss so much on Tuesday”, he has published with an image in the one that also appear other faces like Terelu Campos, Shaila Dúrcal, Carmen Borrego and Charlie Centa.
Marta Sánchez Age
Marta Sánchez was born on 8 May 1966 in Madrid, Spain. She is 52 years old as of 2018.
Marta Sánchez Husband
Marta Sánchez has been married twice. She was first married to Jorge Salatti from 1994 to 1996. She was then married to Jesús Cabanas from 2002 to 2010.
Marta Sánchez Daughter, Children
She has one daughter called Paula Cabanas Sánchez.
Marta Sánchez Albums
- Mujer (1993)
- Mi Mundo (1995)
- Azabache (1997)
- Desconocida (1998)
- Soy Yo (2002)
- Miss Sánchez (2007)
- 21 Días (2015)
Marta Sánchez Songs
- Sand and sun
- From woman to woman
- tell me the truth
- The one that never surrenders
- Wet my heart
- Soldiers of love
- I want more from you
- With just one look
- Ay Haiti!
- It’s me
- Lost love
- 21 days
- Deep value
- I keep trying
- The beauty
- In your arms
- My Body Asks for More
- And however, I love you
- And, if it were her?
- I do not love you anymore
- Cowardly love
- You have something
- Jet black
- More Than What I Pedi
- Inadvertently in love
- I imagine you
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Marta Sánchez From Woman To Woman | De Mujer A Mujer
From Woman to Woman is a song performed by the Spanish singer Marta Sánchez . It was extracted as the fourth single from her debut album Woman . The song was produced by Ralf Stemmann and Christian de Walden and premiered in 1994, as the second cut of the singer, after the theme song ” Desperate “.
Marta Sánchez Desperate
Hear the voices whispering
always watchin’ every move we make.
Love is only black or white
and we know the chances that we take.
Afraid of what they’d do,
afraid of what could happen if they knew.
Bout me and you.
Gotta sneak way,
gonna steal away again tonight, tonight.
Gotta find a way,
always gonna find a way to hold on tight.
I’d do anything to be with you,
two shadows running through the night.
It’s a wonder love can grow
when there’s so much anger,
so much fear around.
But somehow we found each other,
even though we’re both from
different side of town.
Don’t know what they’d do, i
don´t know what would happen if they knew.
Bout me and you
Maybe someday we can be,
be together naturally, no pain, no pain.
Lovin’ in the light of day,
not afraid of what they’re gonna do or say.
Eyes that just won’t see
till the time when our hearts can be free
cause we must be.
Marta Sánchez Sand And Sun
Sand and sun
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