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A onetime painter and graphic designer, Manolo Garcia turned to music in 1980, fronting the Latin pop group los Rápidos; after teaming with guitarist Quimi Portet in 1982, he then formed los Burros, debuting with the LP Rebuznos de Amor. Although the group disbanded soon after, Garcia and Portet forged on as a duo, adopting the name El Último de la Fila, recording a series of hit LPs including Cuando la Pobreza Entra por la Puerta, el Amor Salta por la Ventana. Garcia eventually went solo, making his RCA International label debut in 1998 with Arena en los Bolsillos, before going on to work with BMG for Nunca el Tiempoes Perdido (2001), Para Que No Se Duerman Mis Sentidos (2004), and Saldremos a la Lluvia (2008). In 2011, Garcia entered his third decade as a solo artist by releasing his fifth album, Los Días Intactos.
Wikipedia:For the make-up artist, see Manolo García (make-up artist).
Manuel García García-Pérez (*Poblenou, Barcelona, August 19 of 1955) is a Spanish singer and painter. His first LPs were recorded with the rock bands Los Rápidos, Los Burros and El Último de la Fila. His singing style is a mixture of pop rock, flamenco and Arabic music. Today, García continues to have a successful solo career. Manolo became famous as the frontman of the Rock group "El Último de La Fila" (The last one in line), during the eighties and nineties. His fanbase extends not only to Spain but to most of Latin America and Spanish speakers in the USA. Manolo is an example of an integral artist in Spain and Spanish speaking America.Ankeny, Jason. "Biography: Manolo Garcia". Allmusic. Retrieved 27 May 2010.
Manolo García has been married for quite some time and has four children, two with his former wife, a boy and a girl (both of whom are married), and with his second wife he has two young daughters. His sister Carmen has two children.