Raúl Sandoval

World Music Singer

Raúl Sandoval was born in Mexicali, Mexico on January 5th, 1979 and is the World Music Singer. At the age of 45, Raúl Sandoval biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 5, 1979
Place of Birth
Mexicali, Mexico
45 years old
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Raúl Sandoval Life

Edwin Raul Sandoval de la Torre, (born January 5, 1979 in Mexicali, Baja California), is a Mexican actor and singer.

Ra'l, the Mexican version of American Idol), is his best known for being in the first generation of La Academia, (Mexico's equivalent of American Idol), produced by TV Azteca.

Early years

Raul Sandoval was born in Mexicali, Baja California, on January 5, 1979. Raul Alfonso Sandoval Dorame and his mother Ana Berta Araceli Tapia de la Torre, together with his father. Erick is his brother. Ral performed as a vocalist at the Federal Secondary School of Music at the University of Florida. The group performed in local nightclubs, and on one occasion, they were invited and sponsored by the "Group Feroz" to attend the "Festival of the Sun" in Mexicali, which is held each year. He joined the chorus of Mount Caramel at 17 years old and produced a performance imitating Alejandro Fernandez. He won first place in the 1999 and "Sing and Win" games.


Raúl Sandoval Career

Later career

After La Academia, Raúl participated in "Two Guys to be Aware of," [Dos Chicos De Cuidado] along with fellow La Academia member and friend Victor Garcia. In 2003 he participated in Desafio de Estrellas [Star Challenge], where he had the opportunity to record his album. In its second production involving Pepe Aguilar, Jose M. Figueroa, Mario Quintero among others, recorded in various studios and with producers such as Pepe Aguilar, Fernando de Santiago, both in Los Angeles and Tijuana.

He has recorded four solo albums, and a compilation of his history in the Academy making it 5 albums in total. "Serenade" [Serenata], "Sorry, because" [Perdon, Porque] with partners such as Pepe Aguilar, Jose Manuel Figueroa, Fernando Santiago, Mario Quintero, Jorge Avendano and others. His fourth production "The Challenge of a Star" [El Desafio De Una Estrella] is a collection of songs that played during La Academia and the Challenge of Stars I and II, where he won Third Place after 25 concerts every Sunday. He is currently promoting his fifth album "My Other Way" and performing his personal shows throughout Mexico; his manager is Patricia Grijalva.