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Spanish and British at the same time. Juan Zelada chose the hard way and tried to make it as musician in London. Where others failed, he succeeded. It is just the beginning for the talented singer and songwriter.
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His sound is very British indeed, especially for a musician from Madrid. Juan Zelada has been living in the capital of the UK for some time now. Zelada is fascinated by the city and its inhabitants. He has become part of British culture without losing sight of his Spanish roots. Tons of gigs in London did not go unnoticed. His music, and the fun he has performing and singing, managed to get attention in the music business and by media. BBC Radio 2 named debut single Breakfast At Spittafield the Record Of The Week. His music has been compared to Paolo Nuttini and James Morrison. He says Paul Simon, James Taylor and Ray Charles have always been on his mind. Those are the kind of artists he tries to emulate. Both Zelada himself as his music are so infectious that there is enough to emulate.
His brandnew single is 'What do I know'.
‘What do I know’