Pedro Biaggi, morning deejay at El Sol 99.1
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Pedro Biaggi, morning deejay at El Sol 99.1

After Biaggi's dancing career ended because of an injury at age 20, he worked his way up from waiter to record industry executive until he got the opportunity to fulfill his childhood dream of becoming an air personality, first in Los Angeles and now as one of the most popular Spanish language stations on the East Coast. (Avis Thomas-Lester/The Washington Post)

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