Argentine pop singer CAE got involved in the local scene while playing in different rock bands while a teenager. He soon formed a group called Rocket, which was later re-named Bravo. After touring the Buenos Aires club circuit, the band recorded its debut album in 1991 (released by BMG), which was followed by 1992's Sacrificio and 1993's Bravo III. A year later, the artist decided to start his solo career, debuting with a self-titled album, then recording Mañana in 1995 and Hombre in 1997. That same year, CAE successfully participated in Viña del Mar's festival with a song called "Para Vivir un Dulce Amor."
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