He was born in Buenos Aires in 1967. Journalist Works graduate from Taller Escuela Agencia [TEA], is co-author of two books: Niní Marshall: artesana de la risa and Música y dictadura: Por qué cantábamos.
Miguel Cantilo occupies a privileged place among the pioneers of Rock sung in Spanish. Emblematic songs like como “La marcha de la bronca”, “Gente del futuro” or “Yo vivo en esta ciudad”, they made him in one of the best composers of the Argentine Rock.
With unpublished texts on the genesis of the songs, the success of Pedro y Pablo, the protagonist of Catalina Bahía and exclusive autobiographical notes, this book is more than a rigorous study of his lucid and their exquisite work. It is also a fascinating journey of life. Childhood, love, hippies, censorship, exile, agreements and disagreements on who is considered "the Discépolo of Rock".
# Apologies, translated by https://translate.google.com.ar