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All About Felix

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In 1999, his work and projects take him to the United States, where he currently resides. There he continues to record and produce instrumental music, fusing jazz, classical and tango rhythms with tropical and Middle Eastern sounds. It also continues to work hard on behalf of children. For them he created animated characters like “Little Blue” (“Pajarito Azul”), to teach them not to get into drugs; and “Ratamore”, which mainly raises awareness for a cleaner world and against bullying.

At the same time, he continued to organize and record music for commercials, movies, and television shows. He was a musical producer of “Caso Cerrado” by Dra. Ana María Polo (for the Telemundo network), one of the most important Latin shows, and a program nominated for the first time for an Emmy.

Among the distinctions obtained throughout his career (“Click here” to see them all), Felix Pando has two Gold Records, the San Juan Gold Cluster and the CLIO Award (Coca Cola). In 2016 he was, for two months, number one on Billboard Charts with “Si voy a perderte (Don’t Wanna Lose You)” (Il Divo). In 2018, he also received a special mention from Ramdon GDS Radio (Rocky Producciones) from Mar del Plata (Argentina).

But it should be mentioned that he has not only received international recognition for his music, he has also been noted for his tireless and unselfish support for many humanitarian causes. In 2009, the Argentine branch of the Universal Parliament of Religions named him Ambassador of Music. Meanwhile, in the USA, it was highlighted through a recognition of former President Barack Obama.

Today, and 50 years after the success of “El extraño del pelo largo”, Felix Pando returns to his roots. He released with great success among the Latin community in Miami the song “Y Marta nunca llegó”, a single (Spanish rock), with a catchy and danceable rhythm.

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