Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Ariel Rot started playing "rock en espa+¦ol" in Spain after teaming up with singer Alejo Stivel, drummer Manolo Iglesias, guitarist Juli+ín Infante, and bassist Felipe Lipe in a local outfit called Tequila. Their first album, Matr+¡cula de Honor, came in 1978. The Spanish-Argentinian foursome disbanded in 1983 after issuing four records. Debajo del Puente became Rot's solo debut album, and featured the hit singles "Debajo del Puente " and "Veneno." Nevertheless, ex-Los Abuelos de la Nada Andr+¬s Calamaro joined him to assemble a new band named Los Rodr+¡guez. They became a major number in the Latin music scene after releasing the successful Sin Documentos. The talented singer/guitarist/producer returned to his solo career in 1997. ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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