Argentinean singer Claudia Puyó was born in June of 1959. At the age of 15, Puyó started singing along with Aníbal Forcada, forming her first band, called Trigésimo, in 1976. Looking for better opportunities, Puyó moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil, participating in a Rafael Bini's album called Comida China and working along with acts such as Corina and Grass Band. In June of 1984, the artist started recording her own songs, later releasing her first album Del Oeste. In adittion, Claudia Puyó participated in Patricio Rey y Sus Redonditos de Ricota's Gulp and Oktubre. Constantly looking for new music experiences, Puyó moved to Spain in 1987 forming a band called los Románticos de Artane, recording Aparato Para Sordos which was released in cassette format only. Soon after touring Europe with Kevin Ayers, Claudia Puyó had the chance to record a song along with Fito Paez. "El Amor Después del Amor" became one of her major achievements. In 1994, her album Cuando Te Vi Partir was released. A year later, Claudia Puyó was awarded by the Konex Foundation as Best Female Rock Artist.
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