|Occupation:||World Music Singer|
|Birth Day:||October 10, 1968|
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He released his debut album Me Liberé in 1997.
Ferreíra was born in 1968 in the town of Amaceyes Tamboril, near Santiago in the Cibao region of the north-western Dominican Republic. Born into a family of musicians and singers, it is not surprising that he dreamed of a musical career as a child. His family filled his childhood home with music spurring Zacarías on to dream of becoming a musical artist. As a young man, his dream motivated him to leave for the country’s capital, Santo Domingo, where he joined the Conservatorio Nacional and also sang in a local bachata group because he had to "earn a living." Ferreira then became a member of the Brugal rum company orchestra, where he remained for five years.
Ferreíra entered onto the bachata scene in 1997 with his debut album, Me Liberé. The album won the prestigious Dominican music award, the Cassandra. Three years later his second album, El Triste, won the award for him for a second time. Ferreira became the first bachatero to perform at the Festival de Presidente. In the winter of 2001, Ferreira traveled to the United States for the first time and played 77 gigs in just six-and-a-half weeks in New York City. In 2002, He was the first bachatero to perform at the world-renown S.O.Bs nightclub in Manhattan, New York City. Alongside Jose Manuel "El Sultan" and Lenny from Aventura, he is one of the first bachateros to incorporate blues and rock elements into the genre. In 2002, he would record one of his biggest hits of all time, "Amiga Veneno" where he incorporated blues and rock elements like adding the wah effect and an electric guitar solo. The song would take Ferreíra intro the latin mainstream. He then continued to release successful albums each year, spawning hits such as "Dime Que Falto", "Cuanto Duele Que Te Vas", "La Bomba", "Quedate Conmigo", "Me ilusioné", "Diez Segundos (feat. Yenddi)", "Te Lo Pido a Gritos", and many more. In 2019, Ferreíra was featured in the song "Me Quedo" with Romeo Santos. The song is off Romeo's album, Utopía.
Currently, Zacarías Ferreira is 53 years, 11 months and 16 days old. Zacarías Ferreira will celebrate 54th birthday on a Monday 10th of October 2022.
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