Argentinean folk singer Soledad, also called La Sole, was created within the bosom of an operating class family in the tiny town of Arequito. As a kid, Soledad Pastorutti utilized to sing traditional music and recite poems. She began playing keyboards at an extremely early age and shortly learned how exactly to enjoy guitar alongside her sister Natalia. Soledad was mainly inspired by her dad, Amar Pastorutti, who utilized to hear local folklore, specifically Atahualpa Yupanqui. The youthful musician participated in Cesar Isella’s peña, a location where folk vocalist/songwriters share an individual stage before a small market, before getting involved with a significant event. In 1996, Soledad produced her debut at Cosquin’s Country wide Folklore Festival, launching her first record known as Poncho Al Viento, that same calendar year.