The singer/songwriter Ismael Serrano was born in the neighbourhood of Vallecas of Madrid (Spain) in March 9, 1974. After studying Physics in the Complutense University of this same city, Ismael Serrano starts his musical career in the early ninetees in Madrid, singing in a new bar/cafÃ© circuit, with names as Libertad 8, Galileo and Nuevos Juglares. The movement proved to be very popular again, with live music performances of new singerthat remembers that 20 years ago âÄėProtestâÄô singing resistance against the political situation in Spain with the dictatorship of Francisco Franco.
In 1997 Ismael Serrano signs with Polygram (now Universal) and releases his first disc: âÄúAtrapados en AzulâÄĚ, with songs such as "PapÃ¡ cuÃ©ntame otra vez", "VÃ©rtigo" o "Amo tanto la vida" that became himns for youngsters in Spain and Latin America. For this work he is nominated as âÄėBest revealing authorâÄĚ for the Spanish Musical Awards of the âÄúSociedad General de Autores y EditoresâÄĚ.