Emmanuel Horvilleur
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Background information
Birth name Emmanuel Javier Horvilleur
Born 2 January 1975
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Genres Pop, rock
Occupation Singer, musician
Instruments Voice, bass, guitar, drums
Years active 1990s-present
Associated acts Illya Kuryaki and The Valderramas
Singer / Musician

Emmanuel Horvilleur (born 2 January 1975, Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an Argentine singer and musician, known for being part of the group 'Illya Kuryaki and The Valderramas' with Dante Spinetta.

He was a support act for Duran Duran in 2008.

Background informationEdit

At the age of 13, Emmanuel first entered a recording studio to record the song "The Tremendous Monkey".

He joined the duo Illya Kuryaki and The Valderramas for nearly a decade, along with Dante Spinetta, with whom he released seven albums until the bands seperation in 2002 and one more in 2012.

The first album by Illia Kuryaki and The Valderramas was called Fabrico leather, when Emmanuel was 16 years old. The album has influences from both rock and rap and Eastern cinema.

After the breakup of the band in 2002, he work as a producer on the album Night by the Argentina band Bandana.

Emmanuel then began his career as a soloist, recording his first album Music and Delirium in 2003. "I'm Your Baby" was the first single.

In 2004, he released the Mimosa EP, made ​​in collaboration with Adrian Dárgelos vocalist of the band Babasónicos.

In October 2007, Emmanuel released his third album called Bite Plate, a collaborations with Gustavo Cerati, Nico Cota and more.

In 2013, being part of the band Bamda, he won the Latin Grammy for "Best Urban Song" ".

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