Documentary of popular Argentine musician Andrés Calamaro premiers

The 100-minute documentary takes a journey through the personal and artistic life of Andrés Calamaro, an audiovisual journey that reveals the lights and shadows of the musician, who composed his first song when he was only seven years old.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Star + platform, a streaming service of The Walt Disney Company for Latin America, premiered this Tuesday (31) a documentary on the life and work of popular Argentine musician Andrés Calamaro, who turned 60 years old last week.

The episode is part of the new season of "Bios: Vidas que marcaron la tuya", a documentary series produced by National Geographic that portrays the most popular figures in Latin America.

In this case, the young artist Nathy Peluso is in charge of guiding the viewer through the life of Andrés Calamaro, through a series of . . .

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