Spanish rocker and lead singer of best-selling pop-rock act Duncan Dhu thrills fans with solo hits and tracks from 2015’s Corazones
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When you first heard the Venezuelan-born rocker: when he was fronting Spanish rock band Duncan Dhu
Their early success: being the biggest-selling Spanish musical group in 1987 thanks to their popular third album, El Grito del Tiempo
What happened five years later: Mikel forged his own solo career with the debut of Naufragios
Notable track: the Spanish-language version of The Smiths’ “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out”
How you know his solo career’s been successful: he put out 12 more albums after his debut, including 2015’s Corazones
How you know he’s missed his bandmates: he’s reunited with them throughout the years, most recently on 2013’s El Duelo