Juan José Amador Amador (Sevilla 1960) is a singer born in the bosom of one of the gyspy families with most ancestry in Triana: the Amadors. He began working in the Seville tablaos, Los Gallos and El Arenal, at a young age, specialising in accompanying dance. Throughout his career, he has collaborated with dance figures such as Mario Maya, Antonio, Manuela Carrasco, Farruco, Matilde Coral and Cristina Hoyos, as well in more contemporary proposals such as those of Marco Vargas and Chloe Brûlé. He has also participated in recordings, together with musicians such as Rafael Riqueni and Paco Cepero. Furthermore, he shared the beginnings of Pata Negra with his cousins Raymundo and Rafael Amador, taking part in their second album. 

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