Cuban leg­end guillot sang at Carnegie Hall

Austin American-Statesman - - WORLD & NATION -

Olga Guillot, the le­gendary Cuban bolero singer who be­came the first Latin artist to per­form at Carnegie Hall in New York, has died in Mi­ami Beach. She was 86. Guillot was born in San­ti­ago, Cuba, and was first rec­og­nized for her sing­ing tal­ent at age 13. Guillot recorded 14 records that went gold and 10 plat­inum.

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