Argentinean singer/actress Violeta Rivas produced her live debut while singing in an area theater at age five. After shifting from her indigenous city to Buenos Aires, the youthful musician started performing Italian traditional music within a radio present known as La Pandilla Marilyn, broadcast by Radio Porteña. After learning vocalization, Violeta Rivas participated in an area contest, alongside musician Carlos García, executing “Core’Ngrato.” She emerged in first place and got the chance to indication with RCA in 1960, documenting “La Luna, un Cielo y Tú,” her first one, and working being a backup vocalist for Puerto Rican Bobby Coveró immediately after. In 1962 the vocalist started touring SOUTH USA, successfully executing in Perú and Venezuela. A season afterwards, while hosting a Television show known as El Membership del Clan, Violeta Rivas’ self-titled record premiered. In 1964 the musician participated within the musical Todo Ha sido Amor, played a job within the film Buenas Noches, Buenos Aires, and released Que Suerte, accompanied by 1965’s Violeta Rivas con Amor. The musician has been named one of the better representatives of an area movement known as Vieja Nueva Ola (Aged New Influx).