Argentinean pop/rock and roll music group los Enanitos Verdes was shaped in the past due ’70s by singer/bassist Marciano Cantero, guitarist Felipe Staiti, and drummer Daniel Piccolo. After shifting from Mendoza to Buenos Aires, the music group started touring the neighborhood golf club circuit. In 1984, guitarist Sergio Embroni and keyboardist Tito Dávila became a member of in, documenting los Enanitos Verdes’ 1st album, accompanied by Contrareloj, made by Andrés Calamaro in 1986. Immediately after issuing Carrousel, the music group began touring SOUTH USA, becoming among the preferred numbers at renowned Viña del Mar event. Around once, “La Muralla Verde” began climbing the main Latin rock graphs. In 1989, los Enanitos Verdes effectively toured Central America, achieving the U.S. while taking part in the Billboard Latin Discussion board Display in 1995. After carrying out at some UNITED STATES venues, the initial threesome lineup documented 1998’s Tracción Acústica and 1999’s Grammy-nominated Nectar.