Vocalist Palmenia Pizarro was created within the bosom of an unhealthy Chilean family. Motivated by ’50s Peruvian vals and regional folklore, Pizarro began singing at age seven, shifting to Santiago de Chile while still an adolescent to execute at different radio channels’ displays. After earning a contest known as Asi Canta Perú, the youthful singer documented her first one, including “Mi Pobreza” and “Amarga Experiencia,” released in 1963. Shortly she released her debut record known as Que Lindo Canta Palmenia. Afterwards, a song constructed by Augusto Campos known as “Cariño Malo” became an enormous achievement. After touring the united states in 1971, Palmenia Pizarro began journeying through Latin America, getting the chance to take part in Puerto Rican’s Celebration de La Voz con la Canción, getting among its finalists. In 1975, her tune “Ajeno” climbed on Mexican graphs, and she made a decision to subside in that nation for a lot more than 20 years. During that period Pizarro toured Central America, the U.S., Australia, and European countries. In 1997, the musician came back to Chile.