Vocalist/songwriter Danny Chilean started getting mixed up in local music picture after being successful a radio competition at the north Chilean town of Antofagasta, moving to Santiago in 1961 to take part in a famous radio display hosted by Ricardo García. Immediately after, he registered to RCA, documenting in Spanish even though many regional rock performers had been singing in British. After the launch of his debut recording, known as ¿Cuál de Ellas?, the designer was voted typically the most popular Chilean vocalist by well-known radio displays Discomania and Radiomania; he was also granted by an entertainment journal known as Ecran. In 1962, Danny Chilean was asked to take part in the Argentinean Television show Escala Musical, and he later on toured from coast to coast. During the pursuing years, the vocalist shifted from RCA to Philips and later on to regional brands Caracol and Sol de America. Through the 1990s, Danny Chilean devoted precious time to understand new recording systems, building his personal studio to create his records, you start with Guitarra En Mano and a compilation known as Hoy Como Ayer.