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Night Walkers
Puerto Rico

Years: 1967 - 1970
Styles: Beat, Garage Rock, Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock


Fernando Ayala - Guitar, Vocals
Felix Ayala - Bass Guitar, Vocals
Pepito Valentin - Guitar, Vocals
Jose Raul Feliciano - Guitar, Vocals
Gilberto "Gil" Rivera - Guitar, Lead vocals
Enrique Rivera - Drums
Junior Rios - Drums
Noel Cruz - Guitar, Vocals

Biography Picture     The Night Walkers were a Puerto Rican rock band during the 1960s and 1970s, and were part of the Nueva Ola scene. Their debut album, "Introducing The Night Walkers", was released in 1968 on the Puerto Rican record label, Inca.

     Members of the band included brothers Felix Ayala on bass guitar and Fernando Ayala on lead guitar, Pepito Valentin on guitar and Kiko on drums. In 1970, they had success with "Tema de la telenovela 'Natacha'", the theme song from the Peruvian soap opera, "Natacha" which was sung by Gil Rivera. "Natacha" was considered one of the first international hit telenovelas (Simplemente María, 1968, being the first), and the song became popular throughout Latin America and among the Puerto Rican / Hispanic communities in the US.

     They disbanded in the 1970s.


Introducing The Night Walkers (1968)
Night Walkers (1969)
Natacha (1970)
El Gordo (1971)

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