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Also known as  AV
Name  Ana Victoria
Labels  DIAM Music

Years active  1997-present
Instruments  Vocals
Role  Singer
Ana Victoria Ana Victoria Picture 1 13th Annual Latin Grammy Awards

Birth name  Ana Victoria Boccadoro Miguel
Born  December 8, 1983 (age 32) Los Angeles, U.S. (1983-12-08)
Occupation(s)  Singer-songwriter, dancer, producer
Parents  Diego Verdaguer, Amanda Miguel
Albums  Color Amor, Ready, Av, El Otro Camino
Grandparents  Miguel Angel Boccadoro Verdaguer, Elodia Maria Hernandez Perez, Ana Delia Samso, Angel Raul Miguel
Genres  Pop music, Electropop, Rock music
Similar People  Diego Verdaguer, Amanda Miguel, Erik Rubin
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Ana Victoria Boccadoro Miguel (born December 8, 1983), known pseudonymously as Ana Victoria, is an American singer-songwriter, dancer and record producer. She is the daughter of Argentine singer Amanda Miguel and the singer Diego Verdaguer. In 2012 she was nominated for a Latin Grammy while most of her success is in Mexico.

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2007-2010: Ready and AV

Ana Victoria is the daughter of Latin American singer-songwriters Amanda Miguel and Diego Verdaguer. She was born on December 8, 1983 in Los Angeles, California. At the age of 13 she began working as a backing singer for her parents.

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In 2007 she released her first album, Ready, co-produced with Rob Meister and released under her parents label DIAM Music distributed by Warner Music Group. It included the songs "Siempre pude ver' (Whenever I can see) and "P.D. Te amo" (PS I Love You) which reached the Mexican top 10 while the video for the first single won the Excellence Award at the Accolade Awards.

In April 2012 Ana Victoria released her second album, entitled "AV" co-produced by Axel Dupeyron. The eleven songs included a cover of her father's song "Yo No Lloro por Llorar" (I Don't Cry for the Sake of Crying) and the singles "Nada" and "Sorry".

2012-2013: Latin Grammy Nomination and Color Amor

In 2012 she was nominated in the category "Best New Artist" at the Latin Grammy Awards. In 2009 a live DVD and CD Ana Victoria: En Vivo, was released. In early 2013 she performed two duets: "Más vale tarde que nunca" with Christian Chavez , and "Simplemente amor" with Erik Rubin. The covers album Color Amor was released on August 21, 2013. It included her first song in English, a rendition of "I Belong To You" by Lenny Kravitz.

Studio albums

  • 2007 - Ready
  • 2012 - AV
  • 2013 - Color Amor
  • Live albums

  • 2009 - Ana Victoria: En Vivo
  • Singles

  • 2007 - «Siempre pude ver»
  • 2007 - «P.D. Te amo»
  • 2007 - «La sombra de este amor»
  • 2012 - «Yo no lloro por llorar»
  • 2012 - «Nada»
  • 2012 - «Más vale tarde que nunca» (with Christian Chávez)
  • 2013 - «Simplemente amor» (with Erik Rubin)
  • 2013 - «Si mañana no me ves»
  • 2015 - «Beso de Consolación»
  • 2016 - «Otoño»
  • 2017 - «La Reina»
  • Tours

  • 2013 - Color Amor Tour
  • 2016 - Herencia Romántica Tour
  • References

    Ana Victoria Wikipedia


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