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Veronica Gallegos is a Denver, CO vocal performer.  Graduated from Denver North High School and received her Event Management Certificate at Emily Griffith Technical College. Veronica is a natural born singer who started performing at a very young age. As a child, Veronica sung with her church choir, and The Rocky Mountain Children’s Choir for 3 years. Throughout high school, she was involved in “The Black Masque Theatre” department where she performed in her first big theatre production “The Zoot Suit Riots” at the “Temple Buell Theatre” in 2004.  She received another opportunity to perform at the Temple Buell Theatre in another Black Masque Theatre production “One Love” in 2005, which was another phenomenal success for Denver North High school’s Theatre department. Throughout her years, she has been blessed with a plethora of opportunities as a vocalist.

Veronica also known as “MISS VERO” performs for many events and concerts in Denver and other surrounding areas. She has performed The National Anthem for a Denver Nuggets Game as well as an HBO Championship Boxing match. Veronica has performed for dignitaries such as The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and for LAEF (Latin American Education Foundation). She has performed with Motown artist Joe Pep Harris with “Undisputed truth”.  An opening act for American R&B recording artist “Keith Sweat”, R&B group”Color Me badd” and R&B group “SHAI”.  Even though Veronica loves to sing almost every genre, her favorite genres of music she loves to perform are mariachi, Tejano, R&B, doo-wop, and old school.  She continues to work hard towards her goal and hopes to become a well known music artist.