Argentine rock singer/guitarist JAF (given birth to Juan Antonio Ferreyra), shaped his first music group, called La Máquina Infernal, at age 12, later taking part in Puntual and La Banda Marrón. Within the middle-’80s, JAF became a member of local rock take action Riff, composing among their greatest strikes, a track known as “Elena X,” presented on Riff VII. JAF made a decision to start a single profession in 1989, producing his debut using the launch of Entrar En Vos. He adopted that recording with 1990’s Diapositivas, that was made by Jorge Da Silva and includes a effective Spanish edition of Eric Clapton’s “Fantastic Tonight.” On Oct 5, 1990, RAF became an starting take action for Eric Clapton at River Dish Stadium as well as for Billy Idol and Joe Cocker on January 14, 1991. That same 12 months, Salida De Emergencia accomplished platinum and platinum position, getting a tune known as “Todo Mi Amor” climbing on regional pop/rock graphs. In 1994, BMG released JAF’s Hombre De Blues, documented in NY, accompanied by 1995’s Corazón En Llamas, no 7, separately released in Apr of 1997.