Veronica Romero

Veronica Romero was born in Chicago and raised in Puerto Rico. She started her professional career in 1997 as a backup vocalist for renowned artist Cano Estremera.

Veronica shared the stage as a backup vocalist with greats like Andy Montañez, Hector Tricoche, Grammy Award Winner Lalo Rodriguez, Ismael Rivera Jr., Richy Ray and Bobby Cruz, Jose Alberto El Canario, Miles Peña, Edgar Joel, Paquito Guzman, Tommy Olivencia Jr., and many more.

Her many talents, other than good looks and singing, include playing piano, guiro, pleneras (hand drums), and maracas. Veronica is co-owner of In Harmony Music School of Orlando, and Harmony Recording Studio where she collaborates in multiple recording sessions.

She joined Orchestra Fuego in 2016 during an audition for Americas Got Talent and moved from backup vocalist to singer. In a recently released album Quemando La Pista Veronica recorded as a soloist the hit track Mi Ritmo, a duet in Me Voy A Olvidar De Ti, and collaborations in Llego La Orquesta Fuego in addition to all backup vocals. Currently she is preparing for Orchestra Fuego’s 4th CD with a song titled Soy Rumbera.