Carmelo Martínez, singer of the pop group La Década Prodigiosa, has died at the age of 64.
The group represented Spain at the
Eurovision Song Contest in 1988, held in Dublin
, with the song
Made in Spain (The girl I want)
The Prodigious Decade was born in 1985 with the idea of making a medley disc of successful songs from past decades, to which Carmelo Martínez joined three years later, when he was selected by RTVE to represent Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest, coinciding with the
that he had reached the national music scene.
In 1985 he ended his relationship with the group
Over time, the entrances and exits of the members of the musical group were happening.
Martínez was one of the six singers who were able to take the stage in Dublin, since the festival regulations limited the presence of singers and in La Decada Prodigiosa there were many.
He performed in sixth place and reached eleventh place.
The song received 58 points, which placed it in
eleventh place in the European competition
and the single album reached sales of
half a million copies
Condolences and condolences have been added on Twitter such as that of the record company Sonogrand Music and RTVE, with whom he worked.
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