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María Jiménez Gallego (born 1951, Triana, Seville) is a popular Spanish singer, who started her career in tablaos (flamenco taverns like Las Brujas sponsored by La Pipa in the first years of Spanish democracy after Francisco Franco's dictatorship.She released her first album in 1976, with arrangements by Paco Cepero. The album included rumbas, tangos, bulerías, boleros, rancheras and ballads by Silvio Rodríguez, Lolita de la Colina or Amancio Prada. Next, she released Sensación and several compilations. Her career was relaunched when she collaborated in the song La lista de la compra with the group La cabra mecánica and released Donde más duele with songs by Joaquín Sabina. She was married twice (1980, 1987) and twice divorced (1984, 2002) to the actor Pepe Sancho and they had a son, Alejandro. She had had another child, María del Rocío in a previous relationship, who later died in a traffic accident. She is outspoken on the issue of piracy and participated in the 2002 'Day Without Music' protest.She has edited her biography and taken part in several films and sitcoms like Todos los hombres sois iguales. She's currently the presenter of the TV program Bienaventurados on Canal Sur.

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