Chilean singer and songwriter Alberto Plaza’s passionate tunes have already been pass on throughout Latin America because the middle-’80s. While their studies at a local university or college, Plaza recognized his enthusiasm for music and poetry. In 1985, the designer arrived in third place at Viña del Mar’s Event with his track “Que Cante La Vida.” That same 12 months, his debut recording came out attaining platinum position in Chile and obtaining its songs performed by well-known Latin artists such as for example Valeria Lynch, Carlos Mata, Myriam Hernández, and Nydia Caro. In 1987, En La Escalera premiered, accompanied by 1989’s Blanco con Negro, both achieving twice platinum. By the first ’90s, Alberto Plaza began making looks in the main TV shows, obtaining Latin Star acknowledgement at Don Francisco’s Sabado Gigante, La Movida hosted by Verónica Castro, and Raúl Velasco’s Siempre en Domingo. Immediately after, Plaza arrived in second place in the OTI Celebration with his tune “Canción Contra La Tristeza.” In Feb of the entire year 2000, his tune “Que Cante La Vida” was voted because the Greatest Chilean Tune Ever on the Celebration de Viña del Mar.