Pastora Soler
Background information
Birth name Pilar Sánchez Luque
Born (1978-09-28) September 28, 1978 (age 41)
Coria del Río , Seville , Andalusia , Spain Spain
Genres Pop , flamenco
Occupations Singer
Years active 1994-present
Labels Polygram (1994-1999)
Emi-Odeón (1999-2005)
Warner Music Spain (2005-present)

Pilar Sánchez Luque (born September 28, 1978 in Coria del Río, Seville), better known by her stage name Pastora Soler, is a Spanish singer. She is also a songwriter and her compositions usually mix copla or flamenco with pop or electronic music.

Soler represented Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan with the song "Quédate conmigo" and came in 10th place.


Studio albumsEdit

  • 1994 Nuestras coplas
  • 1996 El mundo que soñé
  • 1999 Fuente de luna #1 Spain, x1 Platinum
  • 2001 Corazón congelado x1 Platinum
  • 2002 Deseo x1 Platinum
  • 2005 Pastora Soler #18 Spain
  • 2007 Toda mi verdad #13 Spain
  • 2009 Bendita locura #8 Spain
  • 2011 Una mujer como yo #3 Spain
  • 2013 Conóceme #2 Spain

Live albumsEdit

  • 2010 15 años #9 Spain


  • 2005 Sus grandes éxitos (Greatest Hits)


  • 2012 Especial Eurovisión

At Own Eurovision Song ContestEdit

Own Eurovision Song Contest 11Edit

Own Eurovision Song Contest 20Edit

Own Eurovision Song Contest 22Edit

Own Eurovision Song Contest 31Edit

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Lea Michele
with On my way
Spain in Own Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
with Blanco y negro
Preceded by
Leslie & Ivyrise
with Je te donne
Andorra in Own Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
with Nunca digas no
Preceded by
Mónica Naranjo
with Europa
Spain in Own Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
with Can´t stop loving you
Preceded by
Sonia & Selena
with Yo quiero bailar
Andorra in Own Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
with Prendre l'air
Preceded by
Macedonia Cash Cash feat. Bebe Rexha
with "Take me home"
Winner of Own Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Georgia Grigoriy Leps feat. Ani Lorak
with "Zerkala"
Preceded by
Netherlands Armin van Buuren feat. Sharon den Adel
with "In and out of love"
Winner of Own Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Poland MaRina
with "Electric bass"

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