Spanish singer/songwriter Amaia Montero skilled a decade of chart-topping, award-winning success because the frontwoman from the internationally well-known Spanish pop/rock music group La Oreja de Vehicle Gogh before getting into a single recording career, you start with her chart-topping self-titled debut album in 2008. Created Amaia Montero Saldías on August 26, 1976, in Irún, Guipúzcoa, Spain, she became a member of the music group Los Sin Nombre in 1996. Renaming themselves La Oreja de Truck Gogh following the addition of Montero, the San Sebastián-based music group was eventually provided a recording agreement with Sony and proceeded release a some chart-topping albums: Dile al Sol (1998), Un Viaje de Copperpot (2000), Lo Que Te Conté Mientras Te Hacías la Dormida (2003), and Guapa (2006). In 2007, following a 10 years of phenomenal achievement because the frontwoman of La Oreja de Truck Gogh, Montero announced her departure in the music group. The following calendar year she released her full-length solo record debut, Amaia Montero (2008), on Sony BMG. Co-produced by using Claudio Guidetti, the self-produced, self-written, and self-titled record was an instantaneous achievement, topping the Spanish albums graph along with the singles graph with “Quiero Ser.” In 2011, Montero released the follow-up, merely entitled 2. The record featured the one “Caminando”.