From Zaragoza and ex member of the Spanish band Radio Futura, he releases his new proyecto, Juan Perro, in 1993 during a Kiko Veneno’s concert The group, is usually accompanied of prestigious rock, jazz and flamenco artists such as Compay Segundo, Kiko Veneno, Raimundo Amador, La Barbería del Sur, Malevaje, Pau Riba, Carlos Cano, Pancho Amat, Guerrilla Gorila or Marina Rossell. He has soon earned both national and international public, as proof the multiple awards the band has won.
Santiago Auserón publishes articles and essays about art, thinkers and music on specialized diaries. Investigator on Cuban music in 1984, he has toured around the world presenting numerous cultural projects, like Lorca’s homage “De Granada a la Luna” (1998) and in 2007, a heartfelt homage to Leonard Cohen along other artists. In March 2014 he has toured in the USA giving conferences at the Instituto Cervantes of Nueva York, Chicago and at Harvard’s University in Boston, at the State University in Nueva York and in Princeton. In October 2015, Santiago Auserón defends his thesis “Música en los fundamentos del logos”, obtaining the Phd degree by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, with the highest qualification “cum laude”.