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La India

1970 -

Origin: Puerto Rico / United States

Main instrument: Vocal

Genres: Latin, Pop

Singer Linda Viera Caballero, the god-daughter of Celia Cruz, was nicknamed La India for her long black hair. The Puerto Rican native was raised in the Bronx. After a stint on the catwalk, she lent her voice to producer (and, for a while, husband) Louie Vega. In 1992, she released La India Llego, with the help of pianist Eddie Palmieri. From then on, she enjoyed a very successful spell which saw her through the 1990s. In 2006 came Soy Diferente (I Am Different), a new collection of songs informed by hip musical trends such as reggaeton, salsaton, merengueton and salsa flamencoton...

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2009 La India The Princess of Salsa Friday, July 3, 2009 at 8:30 p.m.
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