Gifted Argentinean musician Lito Vitale was created in Buenos Aires, son of Esther Soto and Rubens Vitale. At an extremely young age, inspired by his parents and motivated by way of a piano, Lito began getting involved with music. In 1976 he shaped M.We.A., which stood for Músicos Independientes Asociados (Individual Musicians Associated). Following a present, Argentinean vocalist/songwriter Luis Alberto Spinetta asked him to become listed on his music group, Spinetta Jade. In 1981 Lito Vitale released his first solo record, Sobre Miedos, Creencias y Supersticiones, immediately after teaming up with Dino Salvazi and Manolo Juárez. Next, he shaped a three-piece work with Bernardo Baraj and Lucho González, issuing Un Trio in 1985 and Vitale-Baraj-González in 1986. After taking part in the Expo Sevilla 1992, the musician produced a new task known as Lito Vitale y Los Argentinos. Around that point, Lito Vitale hosted a night time TV show focused to music enthusiasts, and in 1995 got his personal alternative radio display known as La Otra Música. 2 yrs later, he, alongside Lucho González and Rubén Izarrualde, documented Cuando Un Rio Suena, carrying out live in the Montreux Jazz Event in 1998. A 12 months later on, Postales del Alma premiered.