Gabriel Rojas spreading the tango genre in Panama

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It is an album that starts his career as a soloist, since he has more than 30 years of career

Music. The Argentine singer Gabriel Rojas is visiting Panama to promote his new musical project ‘Mi nuevo camino’.

It is an album that begins his career as a soloist, since he has more than 30 years of career as a musician and has recorded about 32 albums, with different artists.

Panama, is just a stop for this musician, teacher with the guitar, since he toured several points of Argentina, Colombia, came to Panama and in a few days will travel to Costa Rica to perform in more than five places.

According to him, the singer, composer and musician has had a very good reception in Panama, although tango is not consumed very much.

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