Miguel Ángel Dente
Born in Montevideo - Uruguay , nationalized Argentine, transits from graphic design and architecture [UBA] coming to get 1st prize in architectural Theoretical development of the Bienal de Arte Joven ´91 organized by the Municipality of Buenos Aires. He works as a real estate broker occupationally [UTN] and has participated in various literary anthologies.
In 1998 he received the award Pablo Neruda: 1st I mention in the Hall of illustrated poetry ArtEspacio gallery. Together with Hector Palacio -comrade Carlos Pellegrini school- edit “Vuelta al lugar de los hechos” in 1999
Del Tridente edit “Chatarra de luxe”, compilation that includes poems written by him and the writer Beatriz Barsky, with brief foreword by León Gieco.
In 2010, he released “Transgresores: Spinetta/García/Páez” [Editorial Distal].
He collaborated with the magazines: "Sudestada", "Arde Rock & Roll", the blog "Hagan ruido" and participated in the television series "Historias reales" by E! Enterteinment.
Since 2010 develops the collection “50 años Rock” for Ediciones Disconario.
Lucas José Fernández
Originally from Huinca Renancó, province of Córdoba. He is a musical collector since his childhood. Since 2001 he has been living in Córdoba, where he works as a Radio Nacional Córdoba studios [AM750 and FM100.1].
In this station produces and conducts the daily cycle "Mama Rock" that has been in the air for fifteen years, with a segment of interviews with various exponents of Argentine Rock and music in general.
He has a daughter, he has not planted a tree yet and this is his first book ...
As a bonus track of “Tícher de luz: una guía spinetteana” by Miguel Ángel Dente, this book includes interviews related to the great Vélez concert - fundamental milestone of our Rock - made by journalist Lucas Fernández for his show "Mama Rock " of Radio Nacional Córdoba.
This edition contains exclusive testimonies prior to and after the show.
Among other comments, the word of Black Amaya, Pedro Aznar, LaVieja Barrios, Andrés Calamaro, Claudio Cardone, Juanjo Carmona, Belta Comotto, Nico Cota, Carlos Cutaia, Juan del Barrio, Emilio del Guercio, Lito Epumer, Hugo Fattoruso, Dhani Ferrón, Mono Fontana, Bocón Frascino, Rodolfo García, León Gieco, Juanse, David Lebón, Pomo Lorenzo, Dylan Martí, Javier Martínez, Rodolfo Mederos, Lidia Milani, Edelmiro Molinari, Ricardo Mollo, Litto Nebbia, Fito Páez, Doqui Rawsi, Machi Rufino, Gus Spinetta, Leo Sujatovich, Marcelo Torres, Guille Vadalá, Koala Verdinelli, Lito Vitale…