Su Voz Y Su Piano Acosta, Alci. Exitos De Siempre Acosta, Alci. Mano a Mano Musical Acosta, Alci. 16 Exitos de Oro Acosta, Alci.
Alci Acosta (born Alcibiades Alfonso Acosta Cervantes on 5 November 1938) is a Colombian bolero singer, pianist, and performer of Latin American music including pasillos, corridos, valses, and rancheras. Acosta is a hugely successful artist throughout Latin America having partnered with other notable artists such as Ecuadorian singer, Julio Jaramillo, who died in 1978.
30 Mejores: Alci Acosta. 30 tracks · 31 December 2003. Serie Los Inmortales - 16 Éxitos De Oro. Play album. 16 tracks · 5 July 2003. 29 tracks · 17 October 2006.
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El cantante de bolero más aclamado en Colombia y con más de 50 años de vida artística. CommunitySee all. 485 people like this. 492 people follow this.
Alcibiades Alfonso Acosta Cervantes (pseudonym Alci Acosta) was born in Soledad, Columbia on 5 November 1938. The musician was learning how to play the piano since he was a boy, living in Barranquilla. After Alci finished his studies, he worked in several local orchestras. Acosta’s solo career took off in 1965 when he recorded his first single Odio gitano, which was an interpretation of the song written by Cristobal Sanjuan. In 1965, Alci recorded his first album Son Recuerdos Sello Tropical and went on a tour abroad. In the beginning of his career, he toured many countries, including Mexico, Venezuela, Peru, and Ecuador.