Mexican guitarist Oscar Castro started getting involved in music while studying electric guitar in the early '90s, sharing his experience with Coda's guitarist Antonio Ruíz. During that same time, Castro started participating in a band called En La Línea, later joining Mexican rock act Frida. In 1994, the musician recorded its first single called "Playa Llora." After playing Latin percussion in a project known as Sonido En Movimiento, Oscar Castro joined Momo. In 1997, the talented guitarist was one of the finalists in a contest related to the visit of Steve Ray Vaughan to Mexico City, working along with Latin pop singer Aura, soon after. In 1999, Castro started recording his own compositions, presenting himself as Oscar Guitarra Vive.
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