Vocalist/songwriter and talented guitarist Juan Pablo Luna settled straight down in Brazil from 1974 to 1980, taking music lessons even though following middle college studies. After time for Chile, Luna began singing at little local venues known as Peñas, where composers utilized showing their function. In the first ’90s, the musician was highly captivated by Flamenco, choosing to review that design while needs to coach beginners how exactly to play electric guitar. In January of 1995, Juan Pablo Luna performed a Flamenco concert known as A Mis Mayores at La Serena’s Municipal Theater. The following season, the musician shaped a three-piece work known as Arte Flamenco Sangre Mestiza, playing along with vocalist/professional Patricio Contreras and dancer Alejandra Contreras. In June of 1997, his initial single premiered including his tracks “La Tarde Econtró Una Palabra” and “Em fun??o de No Morir,” both made by Oscar Aguilera. In the entire year 2000, after executing a concert known as Herencia along with David Azán and Leandro Astorga, Trovador and Herencia had been released.