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Raquel Gomez biography
Raquel was born in Spain but grew up in Wiesbaden (Germany). At the age of 15 she entered her first band, and met the guitarist Carlos Alfonso de Jesus. In 1994 she was spotted by the team T. Fenslau/ N. Katzmann/ D. Laurent and became the vocalist on Public Art's second single River.
In 1995 : Raquel contributed as writer and co-composer to Matador's Ritmo Nacional, released under Maad Records. The same year, she was the voice on Intermission's Planet Love. She also appeared on 2 Heads (for the single Do You Really Want My Love) and Hysterie (only on the single You're The One). Then she released her first solo single under the name Raquel : Man on the Moon.
In 1996 she took part as female vocalist to the projects Hope (as Raquel Gomez-Rey). She also did vocals for C-Block So Strung Out (# 4 in the German Top 100) and Jam & Spoon Stella 99.
In 1997 she became a member of the Garcia project together with Rod D. She recorded the singles Bamboleo (that she co-wrote), La Vida Bonita and Kalimba De Luna. The she left the project.
In 1999, she gave her voice to the vocal version of Stella by Jam & Spoon.
In 2000, she appeared on T-One's single Somewhere Out There.
In 2002, after meeting Carlos Alfonso de Jesus again, she came back to her solo-career, releasing the single Over And Over.
The biography was last updated Sat, January 31st 2015
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