Scientology Network’s MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST, the weekly series spotlighting the everyday lives of Scientologists from around the world and all walks of life, announces a new episode featuring the legendary international Latin singer-songwriter Alberto Plaza.
MEET A SCIENTOLOGIST airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Scientology Network.
The legendary Chilean singer-songwriter Alberto Plaza is known as the “Troubadour of Dreams.” He’s sold over a million records and is famous throughout Latin America. It is a journey that began at the age of five with a promise to his father and a couple lessons with a guitar.
A native of Santiago, Chile, Alberto Plaza’s life was filled with music. He made his debut on Chilean TV singing and playing guitar. At 15 he won his first singing competition. And as he tiptoed into adulthood, he set those dreams aside in lieu of a “real job.” This propelled him through three different universities and three different failures as he was unable to complete any of the career paths he had chosen. None fulfilled him the way music had his whole life. In 1984, while in his early 20s, he entered Festival De Vina Del Mar—Chile’s most prestigious competition, submitting his original song, “Que Cante La Vida.” Inspired by the peace treaty between Chile and Argentina and celebrated triumph for humanity, the song catapulted Alberto to fame. Four decades later, his performances continue to draw tens of thousands of fans throughout Latin America, the US and even Australia. Today Alberto is known as one of “Chile’s best songwriters of the decade” by popular vote.
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