The worldwide popularity of Pimpinela has led the impressive double act to re-record songs in English, Italian and Portuguese. Early Days Born in Buenos Ares, Argentinian, Lucia and Joaquin Galan are siblings born to Spanish parents. As children, music brought them joy, and it became their means of expression. Extremely confident, they would perform at family gatherings and celebrations. Their mother, Maria, witnessed their talent and encouraged them to pursue a musical career. Career Joaquin was a member of a rock band, and Lucia was involved in musical theatre. Their mother stated they should experiment as a duet and with different styles. She believed in their ability and could see that their talent was good enough for a professional career. Captivated by the sound of dramatic music, they recognized it was the style they had been looking for. In 1981 they recorded their first album titled “Las Primeras Golondrinas” their success climbed steadily across Latin America, and they gained a large fanbase across Latin America. The duo has recorded over 150 releases, a combination of albums, singles, and compilations, and sold over 20 million sales worldwide. They have also performed at some of the world’s most prestige venues, such as New York’s “Radio City Hall.” In 2019, the duo reached a proud moment when they received a Latin Grammy, “Lifetime achievement award.” Pimpinela extensively draws on emotive elements and are highly captivating performer. A successful musical act that has reached over 40 years in the music business, they show no sign of stopping.