Singer and songwriter Tatiana Bustos started getting involved in show business while representing her school at a local festival called the Voice of the New Generation, getting the opportunity to make her first single recording a Eduardo Valenzuela's song called "Son Mis Sueños Para Ti." While studying English, Tatiana Bustos started singing at different small venues and composing her own music. In 1993, the artist represented Chile at Viña del Mar's Festival with a pop ballad called "Sinceridad," soon signing to Polygram and releasing her debut album. After writing songs for local acts, Tatiana Bustos recorded her second album in August of 1996. Las Hijas De Eva was released in July of 1997 by Sony Music. Bustos was later awarded by the Chilean Association of Journalists (APES) as Artist of the Year. The following year, her song "Cero" was added to the soundtrack of a popular local soap opera called A Todo Dar. By that time, the singer started touring South and Central America, also participating in Montpellier and Amsterdam festivals.
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