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Vélez debuted in a show led by Conesa, where she sang "Oh Charley, My Boy" and danced the shimmy.
In 1924, Aurelio Campos, a young pianist and friend of the Vélez sisters, recommended Vélez to stage producers Carlos Ortega and Manuel Castro.
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