Cristina del Valle (born 1 August 1962, in Oviedo, Asturias, Spain) is a Spanish singer and activist. As a singer, she started with the band Vodebil, but she released her first solo-album in 1989, "Cris". In 1991, after meeting her sentimental partner Alberto Comesaña, the couple decided to launch the musical duo Amistades Peligrosas, which grew to great success. The group split in 1996.
August 2013 featured music: Los Camperos del Valle - The deepest-rooted Mexican folk music is son (literally ‘sound’), a broad term covering country style that grew out of the fusion of indigenous, Spanish and African music.