Marta was born in Madrid. She worked as dancer with Manolo Caracol and with Celia Gámez. Besides appearances and duets with stars such as Julio Iglesias, José Luis Perales, Mocedades, Sacha Distel, Raphael, Formula V, she also received other offers from stars such as Camilo Sesto and Michael Jackson who wanted to work with her, but Jeanette felt they lacked the musical affinity to record with them. She left her university career to be a contestant in Operación Triunfo 2002, her springboard to fame. This famous Spanish personality was born in the year 1837. At that time, her stage name was Pettit Imperio. As one of the most talented composers of romantic music, Jose Luis Perales has produced an enormous repertoire of hits that include tracks like "El Amor," "Que Pasara Mañana," and "¿Y Como Es El?," probably the most famous … For groups and bands, see List of bands from Spain. She rose to prominence in the late '90s alongside fellow Sevillian hip-hop acts such as La Gota Que Colma, SFDK, and La Alta Escuela. In 1997 taking advantage of her popularity, she released her second album, Palabra de Mujer. She is the daughter of Spanish musician Rudi Ventura and wife of Mexican actor Alejandro Aragón. She has also recorded songs in several different languages: English (her native language), French, German and Japanese. She started singing as a small child in her family environment, and at the age of 10 she won an amateur singing contest organized by a supermarket. })(document, 'script', '//aff.bstatic.com/static/affiliate_base/js/flexiproduct.js'); In 1996 she won second prize in the prestigious competition Vive la Reprise organized by the Centre Chanson d´Expression Française in the Théâtre de Vanves in Paris. Her voice can be soothing, melancholic or upbeat, depending on the …