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Rawy Torres Background information Birth name Wilson R Torres Also known as Rawy Torres Born August 11, 1975 (1975-08-11) (age 35) Origin Mayaguez, Puerto Rico Genres Pop, pop/rock, Latin pop, dance-pop, world, contemporary R&B Occupations Singer-songwriter, musician, musical producer Years active 1989–present Labels BM Records (1999-2003) Associated acts Menudo (band) Website [1] Wilson "Rawy" Torres (born August 11, 1975) is a Puerto Rican singer, composer, and guitarist, who was a member of the well known boy band, Menudo. Contents 1 Biography 2 Personal life 3 Discography 4 Filmography 5 Teather 6 Tours 7 References 8 External links Biography Torres joined Menudo in 1989, replacing Ricky Martin. Torres gained teen idol status in Latin America when Menudo released the Los Ultimos Heroes CD. Los Ultimos Heroes proved to be one of Menudo's last major international hits. During those days,Torres also recorded a Portuguese version for his first album called "Os Ultimos Herois" Torres and Avellanet both left Menudo in 1991, and almost immediately became bandmates again, in a group, Euphoria, that had some success but eventually broke up. In 1999, Rawy went to Los Angeles, CA where he produced and recorded his first solo album called "Por si de amor se trata". The artist had the chance to work with renowned musicians like Vinnie Colaiuta, Michael Thompson and Neal Stubenhaus among others. Torres then started a Bachelor's Degree in Business that was completed with honors in 2004 with a major in Marketing. Rawy Torres reappeared with some of his former bandmates in a reunion group that was inspired by the success of El Reencuentro, another group that was composed by six former Menudos from the early 1980s. Torres and his fellow former Menudo bandmates, including Avellanet, named their reunion group Los Ultimos Heroes, like the album that had helped the late 1980s version of Menudo regain a fan base in Latin America. Personal life In 2005, Rawy became a Christian. He became part of the Christian congregation in "Pabellon de La Victoria" at Hormigueros, Puerto Rico. He moved to Miami, Florida in 2007 and he is currently part of the Worship Minister in Ekklesia Global Church. He is married, and he keeps performing as a gospel singer, musician and musical producer.[citation needed] Discography Main article: Menudo discography Studio albums in Spanish (Menudo) Los Ultimos Heroes CD (1989) No me corten el pelo (1990) Studio albums in Spanish (Euphoria) Euphoria CD (1991) Studio albums in Portuguese (Menudo) Os Ultimos Herois (1990) COMPILATIONS Navidad Boricua (2002) Navidad Boricua (2003) Navidad Boricua (2004) SOLO ALBUMS Por si de amor se trata (1999) COLLABORATIONS (As Producer) Por si de amor se trata (1999) Mary Ann (2006) Valentina Moure (2010) COLLABORATIONS (As Songwriter) Por si de amor se trata (1999) Lourdes Robles (2000) Mary Ann (2006) Filmography Year Film Role 1990 Los Ultimos Heroes (TV Series) Rawy 1989 Alondra (1 episode) Cameo Teather Year Film Role 2005 The sound of music (Puerto Rico) Rolfe Gruber 2004 The sound of music (Puerto Rico) Rolfe Gruber Tours Main article: List of Rawy Torres tours Los Ultimos Heroes Tour (1989–90) No me corten el pelo Tour (1990–91) Por si de amor se trata Tour (1999–2001) Los Ultimos Heroes Tour (2003–05) Puerto Rico portal Biography portal References 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. External links Rawy Torres Official Site Rawy Torres (Video La Razon) Rawy Online on Myspace Persondata Name Torres, Rawy Alternative names Wilson Ramon Short description Puerto Rican singer, composer and guitarist Date of birth August 11, 1975 Place of birth Date of death Place of death