Singer/songwriter Ignacio Copani got involved in the music once he learned how to play guitar at the age of eight. Raised in the bosom of an Italian descendant family, the artist moved from Argentina to Mexico in the 1980s, taking the first step of his solo career. After returning to his native country in 1988, Ignacio Copani recorded his self-titled debut album, followed by 1989's Ya Vendran Tiempos Mejores. In 1995, the singer was awarded by local Konex Foundation as best performer in the category of pop/ballad. Through the years, Ignacio Copani worked along with prominent Argentinean artists such as Juan Carlos Baglietto, Valeria Lynch, and Piero.
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