Óscar Mediavilla is an Argentine record producer, businessman, musician and composer. He functioned as a judge in the second season of The Switch Drag Race.


In 1974 he formed a cover band called "Nomady Soul", which would later dissolve with the formation of "La Torre". With this band he would achieve notoriety, being chosen revelation group at the "BA Rock" festival in 1982, and making international tours (USSR and Spain).

He was a jury of "Operación Triunfo" (version 2003, 2004 and 2005), "Latin American Idol" in 2009 and of "Cantando por un Sueño" in 2007, 2008 and 2011.

In 2012, he was a jury of the Chilean version of "Tu cara me suena", from "Cantando por un sueño" (a program hosted by José Maria Listorti). He was also part of the jury for "Soñando por Cantar" along with his wife Patricia Sosa, Alejandro Lerner and Valeria Lynch. That same year, he was part of the tribute to his former rock band "Desde La Torre".




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