la voz flamenca
Answer: Mamá Dolores!
Mamá Dolores is the paternal grandmother of some of flamenco’s most famous dancers: Farruquito and Antonio El Farru. She is also famous for making one of Feria’s most popular treats: buñuelos. These fried dough delicacies are traditionally made by Gitanas (Spanish Roma). It is customary to eat them with hot chocolate at the end of a long night of partying at the Feria de Sevilla. Check out this featured video on Mamá Dolores, by Spanish television’s Canal Sur. You can also see her singing for Farru and África (daughter of la Faraona) in this video, as part of a tribute to her son Juan El Moreno. Que vivan las familias flamencas! Oleeeee!