A singer/songwriter from Argentina, Nito Mestre got involved in music while participating in a school band called la Indignación del Siglo. Soon after meeting local musician Charly García, he decided to create a new project named Sui Generis. After the band broke up in September of 1975, Mestre recorded PorSuiGieco, later forming a folk-rock act called los Desconocidos de Siempre. In 1981, the singer went out on his own, releasing 20/10, followed by 1983's Escondo Mis Ojos al Sol. In 1984, Mestre teamed up with Juan Carlos Baglietto, Celeste Carballo, and Oveja Negra, touring the country under the explicit slogan "We Sing for Love, Freedom, and Life". ~ Drago Bonacich
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