Argentinean singer, songwriter, and producer Juan Carlos Baglietto was created in 1956. Baglietto’s amazing career were only available in the first ’70s while getting involved in bands such as for example Via Veneto and Confidencias. He shaped his own music group known as Irreal in 1977, playing alongside keyboardist Juan Chiavelli, bassist Sergio Sainz, drummer Daniel Wirtz, percussionist Piraña Fegúndez, and guitarist Alberto Corradini. After becoming together for just two years, the music group split up in 1979. The next year, Baglietto created a new take action with vocalist Silvina Garre, Fito Paez on keyboards, Zappo Aguilera on percussion, Rubén Goldin on acoustic guitar, Sainz on bass, and Marco Pussineria on drums, liberating 1982’s Tiempos Difíciles and Actuar Em virtude de Vivir. A 12 months later on, Paez and Garre remaining Baglietto’s music group. In 1984, the designer participated inside a event known as ¿Por Qué Cantamos? playing alongside Nito Mestre and Oveja Negra. Juan Carlos Baglietto documented an record of covers, known as Acné, in 1986, being a tribute towards the tracks which inspired him earlier. 2 yrs later, the vocalist journeyed to the previous U.S.S.R. representing Argentina within a celebration where rings from all around the globe had the chance to try out. In 1991, Baglietto teamed up with Lito Vitale to record Postales de Este Lado del Mundo, covering Argentinean traditional tracks. In 1998, Juan Carlos Baglietto celebrated his profession of 15 years using a present at Buenos Aires’ Opera theatre where in fact the artist played alongside León Gieco, Fito Paez, and Alejandro Lerner.