Given birth to José Carlos Cano Fernández, talented vocalist/songwriter Carlos Cano became involved with popular music after composing his first track, known as “La Miseria,” in 1968. Seduced by poetry, he became a member of several writers referred to as Poesia 70 and participated inside a tribute to Federico García Lorca in 1972. Cano produced his 1st record, known as A Duras Penas, in 1976. A La Luz De Los Cantares and Crónicas Granadinas adopted in 1977 and 1978, respectively. Performing tunes based on regional social problems, Carlos Cano became a member of the set of probably the most prominent performers in the original music picture. In 2000, his recording De Lo Perdido y Otras Coplas became his last work to keep the heritage from the Spanish folklore.