Carlos Morel

Real name: González, Carlos Daniel
(7 January 1958 - )
Place of birth:
Avellaneda (Buenos Aires) Argentina

e was born in Avellaneda, province of Buenos Aires.

When he was twenty he made his debut with the Eduardo del Piano orchestra, with that group he stayed for a long season at the legendary Marabú Cabaret.

In 1980 he won a contest at the TV program Grandes Valores de Tango and was hired by Héctor Varela to join his orchestra as vocalist until 1983.

He recorded, as soloist, a single record for the Microfón label and a long-playing record for Columbia.

He also played at the best locals of Buenos Aires, programs of television and on long tours throughout the United States, Canada and Venezuela.

In 1983 he worked on the stage of Caño 14, together with artists like Roberto Goyeneche, Néstor Marconi, Juanjo Domínguez and Atilio Stampone.

In 1985 he appeared, with the dancer Juan Carlos Copes, in a show at the Cabaret Karim and on a tour of Brazil. Later, in 1988, they traveled to Puerto Rico, working there for seven months.

In 1990 he is summoned to join the first cast of Forever Tango, a show with which he made a tour throughout different cities of California.

A year later, he traveled to Spain with the Ballet Salta and, in 1992, to Japan, covering more than thirty cities with 64 concerts in three months, with the show Tango Tango, conducted by the dancing partners Gloria and Eduardo.

In 1994 he joined again the personnel of Forever Tango and appeared on the recording of the CDs made for that show, with the orchestra led by Lisandro Adrover.

In 1999 he recorded with the guitar accompaniment played by Carlos Juárez and continues his career, up to now, with the show Forever Tango.