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Francisco Rodríguez Fernández (Fraskito)

Musical artist

Francisco Rodríguez Fernández, alias Fraskito (Elche, Alicante, 1971) is a composer, performer, multi-instrumentalist, producer, arranger, and self-taught flamenco guitarist.

His career began in 1998 with the album Mientras Camino. He’s written songs such as “El Zarandeo”, made popular by Remedios Amaya; “Tiempo para amarse, the main theme of the album Brillo de luna by the singer Guadiana; “Enamorao”, adapted by Parrita; “Inevitable”, and “Se fue”, among others on his album La Negra

In 2008, he reappeared as a soloist with Camino de Agua, produced by Tino Di Geraldo and with collaborators such as Carles Benavent, Yelsi Heredia, Tomasito, Lin Cortes, David Herrington, and Los Fakires, the most popular son cubano group in Santa Clara, Cuba.

In 2010, he released Tierra y Sangre, a tribute album to Miguel Hernández, which featured Enrique Morente’s final album collaboration. It includes such outstanding songs as “Elegía a Ramón Sijé”, “Nanas de la cebolla”, and “Vientos del pueblo.

He released his album Leche negra in 2019.

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