With a soulful voice and lyrics from the heart, singer songwriter Blanca Sandoval has captivated audiences. By means of an unrivaled sound that blends together her Latin musical roots with rock, funk, jazz, and up beat ballads, her bilingual style is extremely diverse and prepared to engage any crowd.
Born into an exceptionally talented family while on tour, Blanca had music in her soul! At the tender age of three, Blanca sang her very first song in Asuncion Paraguay titled "MUCHACHA BONITA". The song was composed by her father. What started unintentional gave Blanca's musical future a whole new meaning.
Growing up Blanca's life was full of activity preparing for countless performances. She sang at family shows and many memorable events. Performed alongside such talent as Lola Beltran, Beatris Adriana and Maribel guardia, Jagged edge, Pete Escovado, Sheila E, and Malo, Salvador Santana, just to name a few. From musical plays to dancing, vocal lessons, her life was inspired by performing!
Blanca wrote songs but aspired to arrange and produce her own music, with little time on her hands, no sense of direction and not having the maturity level to accomplish this she became overwhelmed and uncertain what the future held for her. She made a tough decision to take a break from music only to quickly come to the conclusion that music had and always will be her greatest passion.
Later in life Blanca met Robert Zamora. Robert couldn't have arrived at a better time. He instantly became her brother in music and lead guitarist. While Blanca had ideas, lyrics and melodies, Robert shared his talent and brilliant style to create a sound that's edgy, fresh and unique. Together they collaborated on a CD called "MI MUSICA" containing eleven songs written and arranged by Blanca, produced by her and Robert. "LATINA Y ORGULLOSA" is Song number three on the CD, has touched hearts and Won second place at the 2005 Festival de la CANCION LATINOAMERICANA de California. In 2006 Blanca earned first place as a songwriter with "A VECES" A song she had her talented sister Alma Galvan Sing as she also won best interpreter. In that same day Blanca also won TROFEO UNIVISION for song number seven "VENENO". The CD MI MUSICA is a lyrical experience for everyone.
Reconnecting with an old friend Mike Juarez, who originally played drums for the Rock band Solomon, brought more edginess to Blanca's music. The edgy style that she and Robert had been looking for. Bringing the Metal to the pedal. Having the Bass player from Sapo, Oscar Tablada bringing the bass in your face in what is now the band called BLANCA. Back in the studio recording their second CD, BLANCA now has the music that identifies their own unique style. ROCK, METAL, HIPHOP, SKA, JAZZ, FUNK, FUSSION and a big Latin influence. Blanca is poised on the edge of stardom as the next great bilingual singer songwriter, truly a child of music, soulful, edgy and defiant.