One of the most important and famous vocalist/songwriters in the Spanish-speaking globe, Leo Dan was created Leopoldo Dante Tevez on March 22, 1942, in a little city in Argentina. At a age he started to learn how to try out the flute, harmonica, and acoustic guitar, and some years later on he was composing his personal tunes. In 1963 Dan relocated to the administrative centre, Buenos Aires, where he authorized with CBS and released his 1st music, “Celia.” Dan spent another decade . 5 in Spain and Mexico, continuing to create and record music, including “Siempe Estoy Pensando en Ella,” “Pareles una Nena,” and “Esa Pared.” In 1980 he came back to his homeland, where he briefly became involved with politics, produced four films, published a publication, and continued composing and documenting music. His tunes have been included in numerous performers, including Marisela and Leonardo Favio, and also have been translated into numerous languages.