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Olivia Bonilla

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Olivia Bonilla (born January 25, 1992) is a Spanish singer-songwriter and musician. In 2009, she released her EP-Album Arrival featuring original songs “Can’t Say Goodbye”, “Stumble”, and “Don’t Say You’re Sorry”. Soon after that, she released “As If You Never Existed”, a song inspired by New Moon, the second novel in the Twilight series. In 2010, she released her first single “Not This Time” and “Nunca Más” (Spanish version) off her upcoming full-length album, which is set to be released in 2011.
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In 2009, Bonilla released her EP-Album Arrival featuring her original songs “Can’t Say Goodbye”, “Stumble”, “Don’t Say You’re Sorry”. Soon after that, she released “As If You Never Existed”, a song inspired by New Moon, the second novel in the Twilight series.
Almost a year later, in 2010 Bonilla released her first single “Not This Time” and “Nunca Más” (Spanish version) off her upcoming full-length album. Soon after, Bonilla filmed and released the official music videos for both versions of the single, via YouTube. The album is set to be released in 2011 and it will feature all her own original material.

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During promotion for the new single, Bonilla attended the Billboard Latin Music Awards where she was invited to perform a couple of songs from her new album. She traveled to Mexico City for a promotional tour with media outlets in television, radio, and print such as Televisa and Notimex. She made television appearances in TV shows such as El Mundo al Revés con Natalia on TeleHit, Telehit News, La Sobremesa, and Pock Studio. During her visit to México, Bonilla performed and received recognition at Plaza de las Estrellas (the Mexican equivalent of the Hollywood Walk of Fame). She also held a private concert in popular club called “La Casona”.
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In late 2010, Bonilla traveled to Spain where she continued her media promotional tour and also performed as the opening act for Spanish singer David Sampedro at “El Gran Teatro de Elche” in Alicante, Spain. During her trip there, she visited radio stations such as EsRadio and Onda Cero Radio where she talked about the meaning behind her songs and her upcoming album, which is soon to be released in 2011.

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