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El Viaje de Rose

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Years active  2004–present
Origin  Badajoz, Extremadura, Spain
Associated acts  El Sueño de Morfeo Amaral Jesse & Joy
Members  Ana Broncano David González Daniel Cardiel David Capellán Alberto Banderas
Past members  Borja Murillo “Soto” Adolfo Campini Javier Vega Michel Martínez Valdés
Albums  El Viaje de Rose, Guia de Ciudades Invisibles
Genres  Pop rock, Funk, Pop music, Blues
Record labels  Justo Santos Record, El viaje de Rose

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El Viaje de Rose (it could be translated as “The Rose’s Journey”) are a Spanish pop-rock band from Badajoz, Extremadura. The band is led by Ana Broncano, the singer. The name El Viaje de Rose is due to the fact that Ana saw a poster of the film Titanic when they were thinking about the name of the band


The band was created in 2004 and Broncano's lyrics have frequent allusions to love and sotial problems. Well-known songs by El Viaje de Rose include "Deseo", "No se puede matar al amor", "Tras la vida", "Caos", "Ayúdame" and "Perdíteis". The highest moment in the band's career was probably reached with the release of their album Guía de ciudades invisibles, whose single “Deseo” had a significant success in the Concurso Coca-Cola in 2007.

El viaje de rose 02 05 08 con agust n portalo


  • Ana Broncano: voice and acoustic guitar
  • David González: keyboard and chorus
  • David Capellán: Electric guitar and solo
  • Alberto Banderas: bass
  • Daniel Cardiel: drums
  • Past

  • Guitar:
  • Javier Vega.
  • Bass:
  • Adolfo Campini
  • Borja Murillo Soto
  • Michel Martínez Valdés
  • Discography

  • Primera Maqueta (2005)
  • Guía de Ciudades Invisibles (2007)
  • El Viaje de Rose (2013)
  • Songs

    PerdísteisEl Viaje de Rose · 2013
    Tras la VidaEl Viaje de Rose · 2013
    Cómplices de las PromesasGuia de Ciudades Invisibles · 2013


    El Viaje de Rose Wikipedia

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