Pedro Y Pablo

Folk Rock duo from Argentina, consisting of [a=Miguel Cantilo] and [a=Jorge Durietz], formed in Buenos Aires, in 1968 under the name of [i]Los Cronopios[/i].
They composed the protest anthem [i]La Marcha de la Bronca[/i], but had to break up in n 1975, due to censorship and political harassment.
They released [b] Yo Vivo en Esta Ciudad[/b] ([i]I Live In This City[/i]) in 1970 and [b]Conesa[/b] in 1972. Cantilo left Buenos aires after recording their third album, [b]Apóstoles[/b] ([i]Apostles[/i]), in 1975, due to censorship, the album was released in 1981.

In 1982, after the breakdown of the military dictatorship, due to the War of the Falklands, they returned and released (as [b]Cantilo-Durietz[/b]) the album [b]Contracrisis[/b] and later released -as Pedro y Pablo- [b]Corazon Sudamericano[/b] ([i]South American Heart[/i]), in 1985.
The duo still play live every now and then, their last production is [b]Unidos Por El Cantar[/b], from 2017.