Chilean singer/songwriter Jorge González grew up in the bosom of an operating class family from San Miguel, among Santiago’s most filled districts. While their studies at a local senior high school, González began sharing his enthusiasm for music with classmates and close friends. Inspired from the English punk rock picture, Jorge González quickly got involved with a band known as los Vinchucas, carrying out for the very first time at his college in 1982. After conference Carlos Fonseca, a music college student at Universidad de Chile, González decided to possess him like a supervisor. By that point, the band’s name was transformed to los Prisioneros. When the group split up in Dec of 1991, the musician focused on his single profession, debuting in 1993 having a self-titled recording, getting the track “Mi Casa en un Arbol” climbing on regional graphs. That record was implemented in 1994 by an experimental record called Un Futuro Se Fue. In 1999, Jorge González’s Mi Destino premiered.