Argentinean pop/rock singer Fabiana Cantilo was born in March 3, 1959. At the beginning of her career, Cantilo was known for playing in a theatre company called Bay-Biscuits. Later, and as her interest for music was growing, Fabiana Cantilo started supporting music acts. Pop band los Twist gave her the opportunity to become a leading singer. In 1983, Charly García invited her to join his band as a backing vocalist. Two years later and after singing along with Fito Paez, Fabiana Cantilo released her first solo album called Detectives. By 1988, the singer formed her own band, named los Perros Calientes, releasing a record that same year. In July 1990, Cantilo participated in a festival called Mi Buenos Aires Rock, later getting the chance to play at a Roxette concert as its opening act while the pop band was touring South America. Algo Mejor was released in 1993. That album included songs written by Andrés Calamaro and Fito Paez. A more personal album came out in 1994. Golpes al Vacío was followed by 1995's Sol en 5 and 1998's ¿De Qué Se Rien?