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Born in Cidra, Puerto Rico on March 1, 1965 I began my music career at the age of 11. I started playing the clarinet and moved on to the alto saxophone by middle school. As a freshman at Hartford Public High School in Connecticut I won first seat in the high school band. in 1983 I was invited to place first seat at the "Hartford All Star Jazz Band" and the "Connecticut All Star Jazz Band!" At the age of 18, I was given a full music scholarship to the University of Connecticut and was hired to play with "Orquesta Unidad" for my first professional debut! I got to perform on stage with many famous bands and artist including Doming Quinones, Roberto Lugo! At the age of 24 I moved to Puerto Rico and became the musical director of "Orquesta Detalles" and finally had my first song and arrangement "Amor Secreto* on the radio! My songs and arrangements were recorded by Ramon Orlando and his band at EMCA studios in Santo Domingo! By the age of 29 I could no longer play the saxophone due to repetitive stress injuries and my musical career almost came to and end! I could no longer play the saxophone but I moved back to Connecticut and started learning the piano and also started to sing! I rejoined a former group "La Ciencia Latina", became the key board player and had another song "Navidad Sin Ti" on the radio as well. in 1995 I moved to South Carolina with my son and this is where I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior! Ever since then I have been writing and recording christian songs. I submitted one of my songs to the "Nashville Connection Heroes Salute" and made it as a finalist. I did not win the contest, but I finally got to meet some top people in the music industry such Dave Brooks (vocal coach), Grammy nominated musician and producer, Roger A. Ryan, Songwriter Sam Tate and president and CEO of The Management Agency Inc,Gary Stripling who has helped artist such as Paul Wilbur!........to be continued....God willing!