Argentine musicians who were born in 1942

Here are 6 famous musicians from Argentina were born in 1942:

Leo Dan

Leo Dan (March 22, 1942 Argentina-) a.k.a. Leopoldo Dante Tévez or Dan, Leo is an Argentine singer and composer.

His albums: Antología musical and Idolos de Siempre.

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Palito Ortega

Palito Ortega (March 8, 1942 Lules-) also known as Ramón Bautista Ortega, Ramón Bautista Ortega Saavedra, Ramón "Palito" Ortega, Nery Nelson or Tony Varano is an Argentine politician, singer, actor and film score composer. He has six children, Rosario Ortega, Sebastián Ortega, Luis Ortega, Martín Ortega, Julieta Ortega and Emanuel Ortega.

Discography: De mí nadie se acuerda / Al lado, El creador and .

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Daniel Barenboim

Daniel Barenboim (November 15, 1942 Buenos Aires-) also known as Barenboim, Daniel or Danny is an Argentine pianist, conductor, composer, musician and music director. His children are called Michael Barenboim and David Arthur Barenboim.

Discography: Brazilian Rhapsody, Träumerei, Strauss Wind Concertos - Horn Concerto; Oboe Concerto, , , Mi Buenos Aires querido: Tangos Among Friends, Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major / Sibelius: Violin Concerto in D minor, Symphony No. 4 / Romeo and Juliet, Neujahrskonzert 2003 and Saint-Saëns: Violin Concerto No. 3 / Wieniawski: Violin Concerto No. 2. Genres he performed: Classical music.

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Cacho Castaña

Cacho Castaña (June 11, 1942 Buenos Aires-) also known as Cacho Castana, Humberto Vicente Castagna or Cacho Castania is an Argentine singer and actor.

His albums include En Vivo, Soy un tango, , , , , Estoy cambiando, Yo Seré El Amor, and .

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Marcos Mundstock

Marcos Mundstock (May 25, 1942 Santa Fe-) also known as Marcos Mundstock Finkelstein or Les Luthiers is an Argentine musician, comedian, actor, film director and screenwriter.

He is best known as a co-founder and member of the Latin American musical humor group Les Luthiers. Mundstock studied architecture and music before joining the group in 1967. He has contributed to most of the group's creations, producing musical arrangements, writing lyrics, acting, and performing his signature style of humor. In addition to his work with Les Luthiers, Mundstock has also worked as a television host, film director, and voice actor. He has been recognized for his contributions to the arts through numerous awards and honors, including the Konex Award, Argentina's highest cultural distinction, and the Latin Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, which he received in 2017. Despite retiring from touring in 2017 due to hearing issues, Mundstock remains an active member of Les Luthiers, contributing to the group's creative process and continuing to make occasional appearances.

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Carlos Núñez Cortés

Carlos Núñez Cortés (October 15, 1942 Buenos Aires-) also known as Carlos Nunez Cortes is an Argentine singer, composer and musician.

He is known for his contributions to the Argentine musical scene, particularly in the genre of folk music. With a career spanning over several decades, Núñez Cortés has released numerous albums and collaborated with many famous musicians. He started playing classical guitar at a young age and was trained in several musical styles, including flamenco and jazz. Later in his career, he also became interested in electronic music and incorporated it into his work. In addition to his musical career, Núñez Cortés is also a writer and has published several books on Argentine culture and music. He continues to perform and record music, and has received numerous awards and recognition for his contributions to the music industry.

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