Alicia González

Real name: González, Alica
Nicknames: La Gallega
(6 January 1958 - )
Place of birth:

er debut was at La Esquina de las Artes in the neighborhood of San Telmo in 1985. The following year she was in the cast of the successful Tango Review, a show that was staged in the United States and Mexico.

Time later she joined the musical Hola Tango –its musical direction was in charge of Omar Valente- and shared the bill with Orlando Marconi, Jorge Valdez, Ricardo Chiqui Pereyra

In 1987, again with Tango Review, she traveled to Japan and sang in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, accompanied by the Armando Caló Orchestra. She came back in 1988 and thereafter she was in Spain and appeared in Madrid along with Libertad Lamarque.

Thereafter she made a tour of Colombia, appearing in the cities of Bogotá, Cali, Pereyra, Armenia, Medellín and Manizales. She was also in Ecuador and sang in Quito and Guayaquil. She appeared in Venezuela and Puerto Rico.

Between 1990 and 1994 she appeared at the show Tango Mío under the direction of Fernando Soler. With this show they made a tour of Cuba. In 1995 she began to make tours of our country and appeared in several provinces with different shows.

In Buenos Aires she appeared at important venues: Foro Ghandi, Clásica y Moderna, Café Mozart -with Amelita Baltar and Horacio Molina-, Confitería La Ideal, Michelángelo, Café Tortoni and Café Homero, among others. At El Viejo Almacén she sang with the orchestra led by José Colángelo; at the Luna Park stadium she appeared at a show along with Lionel Godoy and Fernando Marín and at El Club del Vino, at the season Tinta Roja with José Ogivieki.

She also was at recitals at the Government House, at the Quinta Presidencial of Olivos, at the Congress of the Nation with the Raúl Garello Orchestra and at theaters.

On television she sang on Channel 7 in shows emceeed by with Lionel Godoy and Juan Carlos Mareco, on Channel 2 at a TV program conducted by Ethel Rojo, in Almorzando con Mirtha Legrand, in Sábados de la Bondad, in Feliz Domingo and on the cable channel Sólo Tango at a special show with José Ogivieki.

Furthermore, she appeared in a great number of radio stations and made a live recital on the FM radio station of Radio Municipal de Buenos Aires (La 2 por 4).