One of the most influential music critics,
Drago Bonacich was born and raised in
Chile. A proud member of the U.S.
National Academy of Recording Arts &
Sciences, Drago started hosting radio
shows at a young age influenced by
American hard/rock, British punk and
post-disco, making himself a music
addict before becoming a top-rated
entertainment enthusiast and one of the
most reliable critics. A real music lover
who has produced several successful
radio and tv shows. Profiles and reviews
holding his signature can be found in
music magazines, web sites and internet
platforms such as Pandora, Google Play
Music, Rolling Stone, All Music Guide,
Spotify and worldwide tv networks MTV
and VH1. Drago became the first one
Shakira's crossover in the
U.S., introducing
t.A.T.u. and Tokio Hotel
to America and later
Katy Perry and Lady
GaGa to Latin America, anticipating the
sucess of
Daddy Yankee, Juanes and
Julieta Venegas. He was the first one
writing about
Joss Stone, RBD (Rebelde)
in the U.S., the 2006 Latin American
punk-pop revival and the
Soda Stereo
reunion tour in 2007, among many other
achievements, turning into one of the
most devoted and reliable promoters of
alternative music. In 2008 he became a
Spanish-language podcaster pioneer. He
is also the leading force behind the
Satélite Musical, founded
in 1998 as a web page holding charts and
music news and later turning into one of
the most popular music e-zines. An
enriching experience which is far from

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