Fito Paez Overview

Rodolfo "Fito" Páez Ávalos (born March 13, 1963 in Rosario, Santa Fe Province) is an Argentine Argentina po***r rock and roll pianist, lyricist, Spanish language singer and film director.


Early career

His real name is Rodolfo Páez, like his father. When he was a child people called him "Rodolfito" (in Spanish, an affectionate form of "Rodolfo") to distinguish him from his father. With the passage of time, this nickname became just "Fito", and that is where his stage name came from

The album El mundo cabe en una canción won the Latin Grammy Award for Best Rock Solo Vocal Album at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2007.

In 2008 recorded, No se si es Baires o Madrid, in Madrid, Spain. He invited several important musicians, such as Pablo Milanés, Joaquín Sabina and Ariel Rot to participate. In 2010, presented the album Confiá.*Del 63 (1984) ("Of 63")
*Giros (1985) ("Turns")
*Corazón clandestino (1986) (Maxi-single) ("Clandestine heart")
*La La La (with Luis Alberto Spinetta) (1986)
*Ciudad de pobres corazones (1987) ("Poor heart's town")
*Ey! (1988)
*Tercer mundo (1990) ("Third World")
*El amor después del amor El amor después del amor (album) (1992) ("Love after love")
*Circo Beat (1994) ("Beat Circus")
*Euforia (live) (1996) ("Euphoria")
*Enemigos íntimos (with Joaquín Sabina) (1998) ("Intimate enemies")
*Abre (1999) ("Open")
*Rey Sol (2000) ("King Sun")
*Naturaleza sangre (2003) ("Blood nature")
*Mi vida con ellas I (live) (2004) ("My life with them")
*Mi vida con ellas II (live) (2004)
*Moda y pueblo (2005) ("Fashion & people")
*El mundo cabe en una canción (2006) ("The world fits in a song")
*Rodolfo (2007)
*No se si es Baires o Madrid (live) (2008) ("I don't know if it's Buenos Aires or Madrid")
*Confiá (2010) ("Trust")


* Grandes éxitos (1990) ("Greatest hits")
* Crónica (1991) ("Chronicle")
* Lo mejor de Fito Páez (1993) ("The best of Fito Páez")
* Lo mejor de los mejores – Volume 1 and 2 (1995/1996) ("The best of the best")
* Lo duro/Lo suave de Fito Páez (1996) ("Hard/Soft of Fito Páez")
* Serie de oro: grandes éxitos (1999) ("Gold series: Greatest hits")
* Antología (2002) ("Anthology")
* Músicos, poetas y locos (2003) ("Musicians, poets and fools")
* Super 6 (2003)
* Gran reserva (2005) ("Great reserve")
* Grandes Canciones (2008) (live) ("Great songs")


* Homenaje a Fito Páez (2006) ("Tribute to Fito Páez")*Vidas privadas ("Private lives") (2001)
*¿De quién es el portaligas? (2007) ("Whose is the garter belt?")


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