Luis Alberto Cuevas Olmedo (born September 12, 1967), better known as Beto Cuevas, is a Chilean-Canadian singer, plastic artist, painter, and actor. He is the lead singer for the Chilean band La Ley. In 2008 he launched his solo career with the release of his album, “Miedo Escenico”. In 2012 he released his second album called “Transformación”.   Music career   1988-2004: La Ley   In 1988, during a trip to Concón, Chile, Beto met Mauricio Clavería, drummer for La Ley. Clavería invited Cuevas to join the band, which had just lost two founding members, Iván Delgado and Shía Arbulú. Beto made his debut as La Ley’s singer on their first album, “Desiertos”, quickly becoming the voice of the band. La Ley soon released their second album, “Doble Opuesto”.   During the early years of the band, Cuevas only wrote the lyrics to the songs, as the writing of the music was done by the band's founder and leader Andrés Bobe. During this time, La Ley became one of the most successful groups in the country. In 1994 Bobe died in a motorcycle accident after a benefit show, which forced Beto to become the leader of the group. He went from being the visible face of the group to becoming the main creative force behind it with the help of his bandmates.   2005-2009: Solo work   In 2005, Beto Cuevas, Pedro Frugone and Mauricio Clavería decide to take a break from La Ley.   Beto worked in small projects, including the song “Loud”, in collaboration with Masters at Work (“Little Louie” Vega & Kenny “Dope” Gonzalez”). He revisited the song “Mentira, originally released in La Ley MTV Unplugged, and was a part of the soundtrack for the film, “La mujer de mi hermano”.   Other projects include the collaboration with Chilean band “Los Prisioneros”, in their album “Manzana”, in which Beto played synthesizers, guitars, and vocals in the song “Insatisfacción”, a rendition of the Rolling Stones classic “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction”, and in “Eres Mi Hogar”.   2010- Present   On February 26, 2010, he shared the stage with Raphael at the Viña del Mar Festival, where he was to perform solo the next day, until the earthquake on February 27 hit the south of Chile, and forced the rest of the Festival to be cancelled.   In May 2010, Beto released a version of the Violeta Parra classic, “Gracias a la Vida”, produced by Humberto Gatica, and featuring stars like Miguel Bosé, Michael Bublé, Fher Olvera (Maná), Juan Luis Guerra, Shakira, Laura Pausini and Alejandro Sanz. 100% of the profits of the single will go toward helping in the recovery and the support of all the Chileans affected by the earthquake.   On September 25, 2012, he released his new album, Transformación, which features 12 songs and some collaborations with stars like Leire Martinez in Goodbye. The album was recorded entirely in the US and charter in Billboard right away.   Beto was also chosen as one of the coaches in the talent show La Voz… Mexico 2, along with Paulina Rubio, Jenni Rivera and Miguel Bosé.   In 2014, La Ley finally reunited after nine years of their separation, embarking on a new tour.
  Luis Alberto Cuevas Olmedo (born September 12, 1967), better known as Beto Cuevas, is a Chilean-Canadian singer, plastic artist, painter, and actor. He is the lead singer for the Chilean band La Ley. In 2008 he launched his solo career with the release of his album, “Miedo Escenico”. In 2012 he released his second album called “Transformación”.   Music career   1988-2004: La Ley   In 1988, during a trip to Concón, Chile, Beto met Mauricio Clavería, drummer for La Ley. Clavería invited Cuevas to join the band, which had just lost two founding members, Iván Delgado and Shía Arbulú. Beto made his debut as La Ley’s singer on their first album, “Desiertos”, quickly becoming the voice of the band. La Ley soon released their second album, “Doble Opuesto”.   During the early years of the band, Cuevas only wrote the lyrics to the songs, as the writing of the music was done by the band's founder and leader Andrés Bobe. During this time, La Ley became one of the most successful groups in the country. In 1994 Bobe died in a motorcycle accident after a benefit show, which forced Beto to become the leader of the group. He went from being the visible face of the group to becoming the main creative force behind it with the help of his bandmates.   2005-2009: Solo work   In 2005, Beto Cuevas, Pedro Frugone and Mauricio Clavería decide to take a break from La Ley.   Beto worked in small projects, including the song “Loud”, in collaboration with Masters at Work (“Little Louie” Vega & Kenny “Dope” Gonzalez”). He revisited the song “Mentira, originally released in La Ley MTV Unplugged, and was a part of the soundtrack for the film, “La mujer de mi hermano”.   Other projects include the collaboration with Chilean band “Los Prisioneros”, in their album “Manzana”, in which Beto played synthesizers, guitars, and vocals in the song “Insatisfacción”, a rendition of the Rolling Stones classic “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction”, and in “Eres Mi Hogar”.   2010- Present   On February 26, 2010, he shared the stage with Raphael at the Viña del Mar Festival, where he was to perform solo the next day, until the earthquake on February 27 hit the south of Chile, and forced the rest of the Festival to be cancelled.   In May 2010, Beto released a version of the Violeta Parra classic, “Gracias a la Vida”, produced by Humberto Gatica, and featuring stars like Miguel Bosé, Michael Bublé, Fher Olvera (Maná), Juan Luis Guerra, Shakira, Laura Pausini and Alejandro Sanz. 100% of the profits of the single will go toward helping in the recovery and the support of all the Chileans affected by the earthquake.   On September 25, 2012, he released his new album, Transformación, which features 12 songs and some collaborations with stars like Leire Martinez in Goodbye. The album was recorded entirely in the US and charter in Billboard right away.   Beto was also chosen as one of the coaches in the talent show La Voz… Mexico 2, along with Paulina Rubio, Jenni Rivera and Miguel Bosé.   In 2014, La Ley finally reunited after nine years of their separation, embarking on a new tour.
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