Los Hermanos Rosario

Los Hermanos Rosario is an emblematic Merengue band from the Dominican Republic. The orchestra became Los Hermanos Rosario on 1 May 1978, Labor Day. At that time, the 7 brothers debuted with the municipal authorities in a ceremony in the town Salva Leon de Higuey, a town on the edge of the eastern part of the Dominican Republic.
Shortly thereafter, Los Hermanos Rosario began a quest in search of artistic success. They developed their activities initially in their native town and in some cities in the east of the country. An important start for the brothers was being hired by a teacher in Chiquitín Payan Hotel Romana to enliven activities at Casa de Campo.
In 1980, Los Hermanos Rosario recorded their first single "Maria Guayando" which quickly caught the attention of the public. They decided to move to the capital city and released their first album thus resulting in great success. Their first ablbum contained these hit titles: "Las Locas," "María Guayando," "Vengo Acabando," "Bonifacio," y "El Lápiz."
In 1983, the group suffered a tremendous loss when the leader, pianist, and musical director, Pepe Rosario died. This situation forced the Hermanos Rosario to suspend their activities for a while and even caused the members to think of ending their musical career.
Fortunately, Los Hermanos Rosario were able to bounce back from their loss. After the loss of a brother, a mentor, and an outstanding musician, the brothers rose out of the ashes and placed themselves at the top of the artistic scene. In 1987, they launched a new album titled "Acabando" which contained songs that have surpassed the time barrier. These titles include: "Borrón y Cuenta Nueva," "Adolescente,"and "La Luna Coqueta..."

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