Pianist Raúl Di Blasio was created in Zapala, Argentina in 1949, starting his musical teaching at age 6; initially learning Latin musical customs just like the tango and bossa nova, he was affected by classical Western composers including Beethoven and Rachmaninoff. As a teenager, nevertheless, Di Blasio found out the Beatles, and he instantly formed his personal rock-band, Los Diabólicos, which obtained some achievement nationally and continuing on until 1973. Then returned to traditional performance, touring SOUTH USA through the entire middle of the 10 years; in 1978, Di Blasio started a five-year musical residency in a hotel within the Chilean vacation resort town of Viña del Mar — by the end of his stay, he made a decision to refocus most of his innovative energies into mounting a profession as a significant performer, and in 1983 released his debut LP on EMI-Chile. Following attempts on CBS-Chile had been even more effective, and the press dubbed Di Blasio “Un Pianista de Todos” (“The People’s Pianist”); he shifted to Miami in 1987, and 3 years later on released his BMG debut Un Piano de América. Its 1994 sequel offered more than a million copies, also to support 1997’s Single, Di Blasio toured china and taiwan; Desde Mexico adopted a year later on, and in 1999 he released Xmas. The Brazilian-styled Di Blasio and Sodium Peanuts made an appearance in 2000.