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Waldemar Reyes is a Puerto Rican Singer-Songwriter, Producer, and Session Player, recently relocated to Austin, Texas. In addition, he works as a guitar player for various artists, and has successfully completed tours with well-known artists, including Latin Grammy Award Winners: Ricardo Arjona and Dräco Rosa.

 

Lately, he has been focusing on his work as a music producer. Waldemar has been discovering and developing young artists, and producing various projects, like: Cosme; Otro ForáneoCanciones, raíces y alas; among others.

 

As a session guitar player, he has collaborated with known artists like, Israel Houghton and Adrienne Bailon; and, musicians like Euro Zambrano (Stevie Wonder), Oskar Cartaya (JLo, Tito Puente), and Rodrigo Crespo (Shakira, Anna Free). In addition, he has credits in music for films and soundtracks, collaborating with composers like René Boscio (Super Girl, The Flash, Blindspot) and, Cesar Dávila-Irrizarry (American Horror Story, Hell's Kitchen). 

 

On the other hand, in his work as a singer-songwriter, his influences range from Latin to indie-folk music. Recently, his sound has taken a more acoustic approach, focusing primarily on the nylon guitar and the voice. He has released four solo projects to-date: "Movimiento" (2016), Respiro (2013), “La ciudad se esconde” (2011), “De Luces y Colores” (2009). And, currently, he's in the pre-production stages of a new record, to be released in 2019.

 

On stage, he has performed in great venues including the Madison Square Garden, the Nokia Theater, and the American Airline Arena, and has shared the stage with accomplished musicians like Peter Thorn (Melissa Etheridge, Chris Cornell), John Button (The Who, Shakira), Toss Panos (Michael Landau, Robben Ford), Rusty Anderson (Paul McCartney), and Gaby Moreno (Latin Grammy Award Winner). He has also appeared in well-known TV and Radio shows like the “Latin Grammy,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “BBC Radio,” “Despierta América,” “MTV Brazil,” and “MTV Asia.”

El puertorriqueño Waldemar Reyes, es un cantautor, productor, y guitarrista de sesión, actualmente basado en Austin, Texas. Además, trabaja como guitarrista para various artistas, y ha completado exitosamente giras con artistas de renombre como los Ganadores de Premios Grammy Latinos: Ricardo Arjona and Dräco Rosa.

 

Recientemente, se ha enfocado en su trabajo como productor musical. Waldemar se ha dedicado a descubrir y desarrollar artistas jóvenes, y ha producido varios proyectos como: Cosme; Otro Foráneo; Canciones, raíces y alas; entre otros.

Como guitarrista de sesión, ha colaborado con artistas bien conocidos como Israel Houghton y Adrienne Bailon; y, músicos como Euro Zambrano (Stevie Wonder), Oskar Cartaya (JLo, Tito Puente), y Rodrigo Crespo (Shakira, Anna Free). Adicionalmente, tiene créditos en música de películas y bandas sonoras, habiendo colaborado con compositores como René Boscio (Super Girl, The Flash, Blindspot) y, Cesar Dávila-Irrizarry (American Horror Story, Hell's Kitchen). 

Por otra parte, en su trabajo como cantautor, sus influencias musicales van desde lo latino a lo indie-folk. Recientemente, su sonido ha tomado un enfoque más acústico, concentrándose primordialmente en la guitarra de nilón y la voz. Hasta el momento, ha lanzado cuatro proyectos de solista: "Movimiento" (2016), Respiro (2013), “La ciudad se esconde” (2011), “De Luces y Colores” (2009). Y, actualmente, se encuentra en la etapa de pre-producción de un disco nuevo, que saldrá en el 2019.

En tarima, ha tocado en grandes escenarios, incluyendo el Madison Square Garden, el Nokia Theater, y el American Airline Arena, y ha compartido tarimas con músicos consumados como Peter Thorn (Melissa Etheridge, Chris Cornell), John Button (The Who, Shakira), Toss Panos (Michael Landau, Robben Ford), Rusty Anderson (Paul McCartney), y Gaby Moreno (Ganadora de Premio Grammy Latino). También, ha aparecido en programas de

radio y TV como “Grammy Latinos,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “BBC Radio,” “Despierta América,” “MTV Brazil,” y “MTV Asia.”