Christina y Los Subterráneos

Spanish folk-rock outfit Christina y los Subterraneos emerged in 1991 after Christina Rosenvinge who started with Ella y los Neumaticos, Magia Blanca and a duo with guitarist Alex de la Nuez decided to assemble a new band. Antonio García, Francisco Varona, Juan Luis Jiménez and Alejo Stivel were among the musicians participating in their successful record Que Me Parta Un Rayo. By 1994 Christina y los Subterraneos comprised ex-Los Enanitos Verdes' keyboardist Tito Dávila