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Guerra... Guerra - Johnny Rodríguez - Johnny Rodríguez 1935-1940 (CD)

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  1. Find Johnny Rodriguez credit information on AllMusic. A reliable country hitmaker for much of the '70s, Johnny Rodriguez was born in Sabinal, TX, in , growing up 90 miles from the Mexican border.
  2. Also named Johnny "Dandy" Rodriguez Jr. Born in Has played with the Tito Puente Orchestra, Tito Rodriguez, Ray Barretto. For the Puerto-Rican singer and composer, please use Johnny Rodríguez For the country singer and soundwriter, please use Johnny Rodriguez (4).
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  4. A reliable country hitmaker for much of the '70s, Johnny Rodriguez was born in Sabinal, TX, in , growing up 90 miles from the Mexican border. His older brother Andres, a big country music fan, bought him a guitar when he was seven, and he was pla.
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  6. En formó su célebre Trío de Johnny Rodríguez, integrado por él mismo, el primer guitarra Lalo Martínez y el vocalista Manuel Jiménez. El Trío alcanzó celebridad durante los años de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, una época en la que sus canciones eran radiadas por la cadena CBS a todo el continente americano: de hecho, el programa.
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  8. Johnny Rodriguez has made his mark on Country Music – 26 albums, dozens of hits, all kinds of awards during the heyday of his recording career in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s. In , he recorded the critically acclaimed album, “You Can Say That Again,” on Hightone Records. Then, in , Johnny went back to the studio, this time with independent label Sunbird Records, based in.