Argentinean rock singer Celeste Carballo was born in September 21, 1956. At the age of 19, Carballo formed her first band, called Alter Ego. In 1982, the artist recorded her first album, Me Vuelvo Cada Día Más Loca, followed by 1983's Mi Voz Renacerá, which was presented live at Buenos Aires' Obras Sanitarias. After releasing 1985's Celeste y la Generación, Carballo started singing along with Sandra Mihanovic, and the duo recorded Somos Mucho Mas Qe Dos and Mujer Contra Mujer together. While her popularity was growing, Celeste Carballo started being considered as an opening act to international established artists such as Santana and Bob Dylan. In August of 1991, Chocolate Inglés was released. That record included an acclaimed cover of Carlos Gardel's "El Día Que Me Quieras." In 1995, Carballo decided to pay tribute to one of her favorites, releasing a Janis Joplin-inspired album called Live at the Roxy. Two years later, Celeste Carballo extended her career to acting, getting a role in a TV series called Poliladron. By the end of 1998, Tercer Infinito was released. In May of 1999, Carballo participated at Miami's First Argentinean Festival, later touring the U.S. West Coast and Mexico.
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