The Argentinian singer Pablo Banchero lost his heart to tango in the late 1980s. Back then, he wanted to sing tangos, meanwhile most other teenagers preferred jazz and rock. Today, many years later, he recorded his first CD at the age of 42. The newspaper "La Nacion" calls him a new "icon of tango" (the complete, very interesting, article can be read under "reviews").
The CD presents 14 unreleased tangos written by the singer and composer Pablo Banchero, who also learned his craft from Virgilio Expósito (author of "Naranjo en flor").
You can listen to the audio samples:Pablo Banchero: Tangos Nuevos