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Playa Limbo

Playa Limbo

Playa Limbo


Playa Limbo is a Mexican pop band with jazz influences of which the core came together around 2003. They are originally from Guadalajara, Jalisco. Their came to fame in 2006 with the song "El Eco de Tu Voz", which was used as the main theme of the series of TV Azteca, "La Vida es una Canción." In March 2007 they signed with Sony BMG and soon released their first studio album “Canciones de Hotel” featuring that hit song "El Eco de Tu Voz", "10 for 10 " and "Tiempo de Ti. Read more on Last.fm
Playa Limbo is a Mexican pop band with jazz influences of which the core came together around 2003. They are originally from Guadalajara, Jalisco. Their came to fame in 2006 with the song "El Eco de Tu Voz", which was used as the main theme of the series of TV Azteca, "La Vida es una Canción." In March 2007 they signed with Sony BMG and soon released their first studio album “Canciones de Hotel” featuring that hit song "El Eco de Tu Voz", "10 for 10 " and "Tiempo de Ti." The group ventured into television Guadalajara to provide their song "Un Gancho al Corazón" to the soap opera of the same name aired on Star of the Mexican broadcaster Televisa. In 2010 the follow-up album “Año Perfecto” was released. Its members are Maria Leon, a former member of the Mexican pop group “T d' Tila”, on vocals and guitar, Jorge Correa on keyboards and programming, Angel Baillo on bass and vocals, and Servando Yañez on drums.

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