Argentinean singer Miguel Palma was born in Buenos Aires in 1968. After studying vocalization, guitar, and piano, Miguel Palma started playing in bands such as Samba and El Límite. In 1994, his song "Vals" came as one of the finalists at the OTI's Festival. The following year, Palma recorded a children-oriented album called La Puerta Mágica, inspired by his work as an elementary school teacher. In 1998, Litto Nebbia produced his album Músicas Nuevas y Eternas. While gaining experience and knowledge, Miguel Palma debuted as a producer in a Yoyi López record. In the year 2000, Palma's Viejas Ilusiones was released.
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