Singer/songwriter and talented guitar player Juan Pablo Luna settled down in Brazil from 1974 to 1980, taking music lessons while following middle school studies. After returning to Chile, Luna started singing at small local venues called Peñas, where composers used to show their work. In the early '90s, the artist was strongly captivated by Flamenco, deciding to study that style while starting to teach beginners how to play guitar. In January of 1995, Juan Pablo Luna performed a Flamenco concert called A Mis Mayores at La Serena's Municipal Theatre. The following year, the musician formed a three-piece act called Arte Flamenco Sangre Mestiza, playing along with singer/actor Patricio Contreras and dancer Alejandra Contreras. In June of 1997, his first single was released including his songs "La Tarde Econtró Una Palabra" and "Para No Morir," both produced by Oscar Aguilera. In the year 2000, after performing a concert called Herencia along with David Azán and Leandro Astorga, Trovador and Herencia were released.
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