Forty years have passed since the death of iconic Spanish singer Nino Bravo, yet his songs and music videos are still part of our playlists at the time of remembering the romantic ballads.
The Valencian singer, born 68 years ago, whose real name was Luis Manuel Ferri Llopis, is turning on April 16, four decades since his death after being victim of a traffic accident in Villarrubio (Cuenca) in 1973.
Bravo released four albums between 1970 and 1972: “Te quiero, te quiero”, “Nino Bravo”, “Un beso y una flor” and “Mi tierra”. Was assisted by composers such as Manuel Alejandro, Augusto Algueró and El Duo Dinámico. In these three intense years, Nino Bravo became an idol of the masses in Spain and other countries.
Thanks to the services that internet offers, Nino Bravo’s musical heritage is still preserved, and in several cases with better quality, being disseminated trough social networks, video portals and virtual libraries.
Currently, this romantic music icon offers more than two million hits on Google, while his Wikipedia page has been accessed more than 93,000 times in the last three months. In his official Facebook account he has over 1,200 registered followers worldwide, meanwhile, fans pay tribute to Nino Bravo through multiple Twitter profiles and fan clubs.
The cherry belongs to Youtube thanks to the hundreds of videos daily linked to this portal, which offers 37,300 results related to his name. Also in Spotify, the profile dedicated to the author gathers up to 16,300 followers.