Soledad Pastorutti, Soledad or better known as La Sole, (born. Arequito, Santa Fe, Argentina October 12, 1980) is a singer of folk expression of Argentina. Also it called the Typhoon or Hurricane Arequito by radiating energy in their presentations and for its distinctive tone. He won the Revelation Prize Cosquín 1997. It sold more than 4 million records. He won two Diamond Awards (Soledad is the first artist in Argentina to receive this award twice, the first received in 2003 for the album "Poncho Al Viento" and the second for exceeding 500,000 units sold of his album "La Sole" when it celebrates 10 years of carreer). He has performed more than 25,000 shows in Argentina and the world. He has also had acting roles in movies and on television. Leads since 2008 the television program "Ecos de mi tierra" dedicated to traditional and latin music. In 2014, accompanied of Lila Downs and Niña Pastori recorded the album "Raiz" and won a Latin Grammy for the best folk album.
His renewed the Argentine folklore music in the early 90`sy caused a musical approach of this current young. It is considered within the breed of "new promises of national folklore," along with other artists like Luciano Pereyra and Abel Pintos. Today it is one of the songwriters who most appreciated the Argentine folk genre.