Cuban singer and songwriter Santiago Feliú started getting involved in the Nueva Trova movement in 1978 while participating in different festivals and events performing his own songs. In 1985, Feliú had the opportunity to go on tour, playing around Latin America and Spain while opening for Silvio Rodríguez. In 1986, the artist released his first album, called Vida, followed by 1987's Trovadores, recorded live at Buenos Aires' Palladium, where the singer shared the stage with Argentinian Juan Carlos Baglietto, Fito Páez, and León Gieco. A similar experience took place at La Habana in 1994 where Santiago Feliú recorded Náuseas De Fin De Siglo.
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