Marco Barrientos
Marco Barrientos

Marco Barrientos

About Marco Barrientos

Since the ’80s, worship leader Marco Barrientos has released more than 50 contemporary Christian music albums and has been nominated for three Latin Grammy Awards.

∙ Beginning with his sophomore LP, Se Exaltado, he entered a creatively fertile period from 1988 to 2012, when he released at least one album (sometimes as many as four) every year.
∙ In 2005, he was nominated for his first Latin Grammy Award in 2005, as his live LP Viento Mas Fuego was up for Best Christian Album (Spanish Language).
∙ He sang lead on “Tú Mereces,” “Tu Amor no Tiene Fin,” “Por Mí Murió,” and “Cantamos Aleluya” for the Grammy-winning collective Hillsong’s 2012 LP, Global Project Español.
∙ The live concert video for his atmospheric ballad “Preciosa Sangre,” from the 2016 album El Encuentro, has been viewed more than 125 million times.
∙ “Salmo 23”—his hit single collaboration with Un Corazón from their LP Hola, Futuro—was nominated for Spanish Language Recorded Song of the Year at the 2019 Dove Awards.
∙ Barrientos sang the intensely anthemic “Padre Nuestro” on the Billboard-charting 2019 Spanish-language worship album Bethel Music En Español.

  • HOMETOWN
    Cuidad De Mexico
  • BORN
    June 28, 1963

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