Beto Cuevas, Pedro Frugone and Mauricio Claveria are not new names for music fans: the story of the power-trio formed in a way the ‘soundtrack’ of the lives of millions of boys and girls who grew up listening to his songs on the radio full volumen. It is impossible to think of rock in Latin America without devoting one of the greatest chapters to LA LEY. Since it’s formation in Chile, in 1987, the band revolutionized the structured concepts of southern country rock scene and moved faster on his journey sound, creating a distinctive and melodious musical language and strong aesthetics, today unmistakable stamps within of the group’s performance. Over two decades, 10 albums plus dozens awards –including one Grammy Award® (Uno, 2000, Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album) and two-time Latin Grammy Award®– (Libertad, 2004 Best Rock Album / MTV Unplugged, 2002 Best Rock Album) passed after that start. Today LA LEY is one of the pillars of pop-rock in Spanish and each new album, every theme, every video, reflects the growth of a band dodged borders with intelligence and art, who conquered then and now over again Latin America and United States stages, and garnered recognition of his followers, his peers, media critics and industry.