Uruguayan singer/composer and talented guitar player Daniel Viglietti was strongly influenced by his parents, guitarist Cédar Viglietti and pianist Lyda Indart, at a very young age, having his first enriching experience when forming a duet called Los Serranos and later joining a guitarists group known as Lavalleja. In the 1960s, Daniel Viglietti studied at the Uruguayan National Music Conservatory, becoming a guitar soloist. Recognized as a social content songwriter, the musician went into exile during the 1970s due to the controversial political reality in Uruguay. Through his career, the artist had the opportunity to play along with Los Olimareños, José Carbajal, and Alfredo Zitarrosa, creating along with Mario Benedetti a show called A Dos Voces, performed around the world and recorded live in Buenos Aires in 1993.
by Drago Bonacich