Las Chicas del Can Net Worth
Las Chicas del Can Net Worth: Las Chicas del Can was an all-female merengue group who had a joint net worth of $5 million. Originally created by pianist Belkis Concepción, several teams of female vocalists and musicians have alternately performed under the name Las Chicas del Can throughout the group's history. Originally founded in 1982, Las Chicas del Can performed hit after hit throughout the '80s, and a great number of their singles and albums achieved gold and/or platinum status—hits such as El Negro No Puede, La Media María, Sukaína, Juana la Cubana, Culeca, Ta' Pillao, Fuego. Las Chicas del Can members over the years consisted of Miriam Cruz (1982-1992); Eunice Betances (1982-1992); Teresa Domínguez (1981-1992); Belkis Concepción (1981-1985); Verónica Medina (1982-1986); Vilma Frias (1982-1989); Carmen De Leon (1986-1987); Luchy Betances (1986-1987); Heidy Bello (1988-1991); Xiomara Queliz (1986-1993); Yesenia Delgado Lobo (1992-1996); Gladys Quero (1985-1992); Grissel Baez (1991-1998); Michell Flores (1991-1998); Florángel Del Villar (1991-1998); Jessica Castro (1992-1993); Amarilis Garcia (1986-1987). Pianist Belkis Concepción left the group early on to go solo in 1985. Singers Miriam Cruz and Eunice Betances then teamed up and got vocal support from Luchy Betances and Verónica Medina, among others. Verónica Medina herself then went solo in 1987. In 1988, singer Heidy Bello joined Las Chicas Del Can but was replaced in 1991 by singers Arismar Eduardo and Rosana Eusebio. The group reinvented itself under the name Míriam Cruz y Las Chicas in 1992.The first year under that name, they released a successful album entitled Nueva Vida, featuring a hit song written by superstar Juan Luis Guerra called Te Propongo. Later that year, La Loba was also well received by merengue fans and became another hit. A European tour (1993-1994) soon followed. In 1994, Miriam Cruz y Las Chicas scored yet another hit with the song Con Agua de Sal (OTI) and 1995 brought another successful European tour. Las Chicas del Can was eventually reformed a third time in 1999, but this particular group was never able to achieve the success of earlier lineups. To date, the first lineup of Las Chicas Del Can (with Míriam Cruz, Eunice Betances and Theresa Domínguez) proved to be the most successful lineup.