Soledad "La Sole" Pastorutti (born October 12, 1980 in Arequito, Santa Fe) is an Argentine folk singer, who brought the genre to the younger generations at the end of the 20th century, and the beginning of the 21st. She is actress of films and TV. Soledad is the older sister of Argentine singer Natalia Pastorutti.
Her first album, Poncho al Viento, is Sony Music's best-selling album ever in Argentina according to Alberto Caldero, Sony Music's president in the late 90s, in an interview with La Nación newspaper. Her second album, La Sole, is Sony Music Argentina's second best-selling album ever.
César Isella took her under his tutelage in 1995, only 15 years old, to participate in the Cosquín folklore festival. Her presentation with sister Natalia had an important impact, that gave her a contract with Sony Music Argentina to record and release her first album, Poncho al Viento, that very same year.
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