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Alfredo has been recording and producing his own songs since the late 90s.
His love for music propelled him to take a chance, and following his dreams, he moved to New York City early in his career. There he signed his first songs with Barbara Jordan, then the head of “Heavy Hitters Music”. She signed Alfredo immediately, but most importantly, she instilled in him a trust and belief in his talents.
He was introduced by Michael Nickolas, fellow artist, friend and an incredible jazz player from Boston whom invaluable help was and still is one of Alfredo's treasured gems.
Later on, Cindy Bader-Slaughter took the wheel of Heavy Hitters Music. Under her leadership many of his songs were used in Film and Television in the United States. Placements include movies like “Unanswered Prayers”, and “Love & Debate”, along with television shows like “The Young & The Restless”, “Brotherhood”, “Passions” and more... Always supporting his work, Cindy became a respected colleague and good friend.
As an independent artist, Alfredo has created two full albums. The first one called “Tren de Vida”, was recorded in his native country in 1992. As musical producers he had the collaboration of Jorge Graf and Hugo Fattoruso who defined the sound of this debut album.
Later on in 2001, branching out and exploring different sounds, he composed, recorded and produced “Pan y Chocolate”, released in the United States in CD format and still available today as streaming and download...
Presently, Alfredo continues following his dreams and doing what he loves…