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Happy Birthday Isabel Marie! 5 Must See Isabel Marie Performances

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Isabel Marie Sanchez

March 2 is not only Texas Independence Day, it’s the birthday for young Latin singing sensation Isabel Marie Sanchez, who turns 14-years-old today.

The Chicago native, who now makes San Antonio her home, has been making waves since she first appeared on the scene on La Voz Kids, where she was mentored by Natalia Jimenez, former lead singer of the Spanish pop band La 5ª Estación.

Isabel Marie’s debut album New Girl In Town has spawned many hits for the vocalist, including “Fallaste Corazon”, “Dime Porque”,  and “Un Beso”.

The singer, who has been singing since the age of two, has performed at many events throughout her career, from singing the national anthem at sporting events to belting out her hits at huge music festivals all over the country.

Here’s five must see Isabel Marie performances:

Isabel Marie sings  “Cucurrucucu Paloma” on La Voz Kids

Isabel Marie sings “No Me Queda Mas” at 2015 Tejano Music Awards Selena Tribute

Isabel Marie performs “No Llorare” at 2016 Fiesta De La Flor

Isabel Marie performs “Pero Como Voy Olvidar” with Mariachi Campanas De America

Isabel Marie performs  “I Will Always Love You” at MAC Selena Event

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Romeo is media professional with over 20 years of experience in radio and digital media. He is the Managing Editor for TejanoNation.net, the premiere website for Tejano music, news and entertainment and oversees programming for Q99.5 in San Angelo, Texas.

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