Diego Solís

Real name: Ambrogio, Omar Ernesto
Singer, guitarist, arranger and composer
(1 December 1958 - )
Place of birth:
Bernal (Buenos Aires) Argentina

e was born in Bernal, county of Quilmes, Province of Buenos Aires.

He made his debut on December 26, 1969 at the famous television program conducted by Roberto Galán on Channel Eleven, «Si lo sabe, cante». He as well appeared at the successful TV shows like «Grandes Valores del Tango» on Channel Nine.

He was vocalist of the orchestra led by Héctor Varela alongside the late Jorge Falcón.

This was his most important stage in which he recorded on seven different dates the following numbers: “Y el viejo no está” and “Dame un beso mi amor”, milonga in duo with Jorge Falcón; “Con ganas de vivir”, milonga also with Falcón and Fernando Soler; “Al final para qué”, “Te quiero porque te quiero”, “Te tuve que perder” and “Y el último beso”.

He appeared at the most renowned venues in Buenos Aires: Caño 14, Michelangelo, Casa Blanca, and Taconeando.

In the last four years he shared the stage of the mythical local El Viejo Almacén, with figures of the level of Virginia Luque, Julián Plaza, Leopoldo Federico and Hugo Marcel.

He is author and composer of the tango piece “Y dame más amor”, among others that were not recorded.

He recorded for the recording company Forever Music of Miami, United States, chosen by its director, Bebu Silvetti. For that label he recorded, for the Timeless Tango collection, a compact disc that brings back the memory of the hits by the Héctor Varela Orchestra alongside his tango , “Y dame más amor”.

Musician, arranger and guitar player, he includes this instrument in his shows to accompany his repertory of tangos, waltzes, milongas and candombes.