|born on||10 April 1970 at 17:00 (= 5:00 PM )|
|Place||Chitré, Panama, 7n58, 80w26|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||20°37' 19°50 Asc. 28°14'|
Panamanian singer, known together with her brother Samy, an accordionist, as the members of a popular musical duo. They perform típico, a form of traditional Panamanian music and Panamanian-style cumbia. They have been praised as patrónes de la cumbia ("masters of cumbia"), and are very popular in Panama.
The Sandovals' successful songs include "Brindemos por lo nuestro" ("Toast to Ourselves"), "La mujer superficial" ("Superficial Woman"), "Oiga el viejo pá jodé," and "Lo que no da se deja" ("What is ungiving ought to be abandoned"). In 1994, at the Encuentro de Accordeones ("Meeting of Accordions") festival they became popular with the song "La gallina fina" ("The Fine Hen"), which they also performed on the soundtrack for the 2001 movie The Tailor of Panama. They have released a total of fifteen albums, sold more than 30,000 records, and have had a platinum album.
Sy Scholfield quotes news report posted on her birthday on Twitter: "Según la mamá de @sandrasandovals ella nació a las 5pm en el Hospital Venancio Villarreal de Chitré y que en ese momento los doctores estaban escuchando en la sala de parto un programa típico llamado: "Tardecitas de mi pueblo". #HBDSandra" (posted 10 April 2018) .
Translation: According to the mother of @sandrasandovals, she was born at 5pm at the Venantcio Villarreal Hospital in Chitré and at that moment the doctors were listening in the delivery room to a typical program called "Tardecitas de mi pueblo". #HBDSandra
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Folk Music (Típico)
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Group/ Duo (Samy and Sandra)
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Vocalist/ Pop, Rock, etc.