Liliana Herrero is an Argentine musician born in 1948 in Villaguay, province of Entre Rios. In 1966 she moved to Rosario, Santa Fe, in order to study Philosophy, and has since become an adoptive citizen.
In Rosario she met the local singer and composer Fito Paez, who convinced her of abandoning her teaching career and become a professional singer. Paez was the producer of Herrero's first record, in 1987. This album was also the first that Paez produced. Its music was what they called "supermodern folklore". In 1989 Paez also produced Herrero's second album.
Herrero said once that her music not a fusion between Argentine folklore and rock, as some had defined it, but a culture clash — two different traditions facing each other.
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