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Alejandro "Zorro" Espinosa

Alejandro "Zorro" Espinosa

Real/full name:
Alejandro Espinosa
Age:
35 (born 1979)
Place of origin:
Chile (Concepción)
Gender:
Male

Biography

He is a self-taught musician who began playing guitar in 1986 covering songs by the South American rock bands Soda Stereo and Enanos Verdes. His first band was called Devoted (playing thrash) and formed in 1991. After that came Trauma, which won the first rock festival in the Biobío Region in 1993.

He studied music at El Conservatorio de Música Laurencia Contreras in Concepción, at Projazz and ...

Trivia

He also works as a producer, having worked with the Chilean rock/pop singer Mimi Elso on her song 'Es el amor'.

Also played session guitar for Huija. Other bands include Lava (rock) and Bell's Fright (old school death metal, together with Dave Rotten from Avulsed).

Bell's Fright

Guitars, Songwriting

Kaoscentrica

Guitars (session)

Lava

Unknown

Sacramento

Guitars, Vocals

Sadism

Guitars (session)

Trauma

As Alejandro Espinosa:
Guitars, Vocals (1991-1995)

UDK

As Alejandro Espinosa:
Guitars, Vocals

1996 You Decay (Demo) Guitars, Vocals (as "Zorro")
1997 Wrong (Demo) Guitars, Vocals
1998 MACHINES BREEDING (Single) Guitars, Vocals, Bass
2003 Hand That Feeds Vocals, Guitars

UDK

1997 Wrong (Demo) Producer, Cover Concept (as "Alejandro Espinosa")
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