Without fear live every day and thus feed the soul

“Without fear … The bad is becoming good … The hands are filled with desires that are not impossible or are far away… If we are like children without fear of tenderness, without fear of happiness, better live without fear.”

Rosana Arbelo October 24, 1963, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, is a Spanish composer and singer who first became known as a singer with her album Lunas Rotas in 1996.

Rosana was born and lived in Lanzarote, Canary Islands. She is the youngest of a family of eight brothers.

At age 5 his father gave him his first guitar and at 8 he composed his first song. At age 20 he moved to Madrid where he studied harmony and guitar.

Rosana, a star is born

In 1994, a song of its authorship “Fire and Honey” sung by Esmeralda Grao, won the first place in the Benidorm Festival prize, from then on his compositions began to interest many artists.

So it was that at the beginning of 1996 and encouraged by her friends, she decided to sing her own compositions herself and sent a demo to MCA, where she got a record deal.

Rosana debuted in the music market in June 1996 with the album Lunas Rotas, achieving notable success and achieving a diamond record in less than 1 year.

It included the theme El talismán, the biggest Spanish hit of that year, followed by singles like: “A fuego Lento”, “Sin Miedo (without Fear, and “Si Tú no Estás “, songs that were positioned in the preference of the Latin American public.

His entry on the bestseller list was the strongest entry of a new artist in the history of music in Spain.

In his discography there are several themes that fit very much to what we want to transmit on our site jovenhadeser dedicated to the Elderly: Hope facing the future, courage to face life, loyalty to the couple.

In this first installment of Feeding the Soul we wanted to present this beautiful Rosana’s song that reflects that living without fear is what belongs to us. NO MATTER AGE and you already know: … “doing at every step the best of what you have lived, better to live without fear” …


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