Date of Birth: March 09, 1944
Date of Death: October 27, 1992 (48 years old)
He was a Colombian singer, pianist, conductor, humorist and television presenter.
Born in Barranquilla, very young he would settle in Mompox, Bolívar. He had 3 brothers: Tony, Javier and “Pepillo” Salcedo, as well as a half brother, Giovanni Rosanía. Later, he would leave Mompox to develop his musical skills that he mixed with jokes in the bars of Barranquilla, which made him famous at an early age. Soon he would be discovered by the singer Billy Pontoni in Bogotá for his concerts in different bars in the city.
Later, Salcedo would join his first musical band, the Be-Bops of Carlos Acosta D’Lima and Álvaro Serrano Calderón, with which he would tour Europe for a few years. Back in Bogotá, he founded the tropical band La Onda Tres.
His first appearance on Colombian television was thanks to the directors of the programming company Punch appointed him as director of their program Mano a Mano Musical (1970), which also included interviews.
Later, he founded his own programmer, Do Re Creativa Tv, which turned it into a musical entertainment platform with the television audience.
|Temas Rock, Balada y Tropical||Escuchar tema||Año de Publicacion|
|Jimmy Salcedo y su Onda 3||1972|
|5||Que Yo Te Amo|
|6||Vaya Con Dios|
|8||Sin Una Ilusión|
|9||Voz, Guitarra Y Bajo|
|10||No Tengo Dinero|
|11||Amar Es Dar|
|Jimmy Salcedo y su Onda Tres II|
|3||Solo Otra Vez|
|5||Usted – Amor De Mis Amores – Sin Tu Amor|
|7||La Pollera Colora|
|8||Cuidado Con El Amor|
|9||Mi Destino Es Como El Viento|
|10||Mas Alla Del Horizonte (Tu Eres)|
|Jimmy Salcedo y su Onda Tres III|
|1||Qué Linda Es Colombia!|
|2||Siete Rosas Siete Besos|
|3||Rayito De Luna|
|4||Amarra Una Cinta Amarilla|
|9||Josefa Matía – La Mafafa|
|10||Busca Tu Media Naranja|
|12||Lo Mismo De Siempre|