Argentine guitarist Miguel Botafogo started playing classic guitar at a very young age, making his professional debut when joining a band called Pappo's Blues and later participating in different local projects. While living in Spain, the musician joined a group called Cucharada, in addition to playing guitar on Joaquin Sabina's Viceversa and recording the movie soundtrack for Colegas along with Antonio Flores. After returning to Argentina, Miguel Botafogo formed Durazno de Gala and recorded seven albums from 1987 to 1994. A year later, the talented guitarist, also known for teaching guitar techniques focused on blues/rock and composition, began his solo career, issuing Trío, followed by 1997's Botafogo y Amigos and 1998's Cambios.
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