Son from the conductor Antônio Nobre Filho, Carlos Nobre formed the group Amantes carry out Samba at age group 12, inspired from the Demônios da Garoa. In 1952, having relocated to Rio de Janeiro, he fulfilled Paulo Gracindo and Adelino Moreira, who motivated him to become an artist. In the gafieira Danças Brasil he protected Jamelão’s breaks, also becoming the crooner from the Orquestra de Ruy Rey as well as the vocalist from the bolero golf club and of the dance group led by Chiquinho perform Acordeon. He also performed at radio’s Mayrink Veiga (for 3 years), Clube, Mauá, and Nacional (asked to the second option by Gracindo). His 1st recording is at 1955 at Polydor with “Toada de Amor” and “Por Que Não Vens” (Peterpan). Attaining second place at Ary Barroso’s beginner show at it Tupi in 1957 (as Barroso described privately to him, the 1st prize will be distributed by five applicants), Nobre documented additional eight albums through Todamérica, but his 1st hit came just after his friend Adelino Moreira required him to RCA Victor, where Nobre documented, with extraordinary achievement, his biggest strike, the samba-canção “Ciclone” (Adelino Moreira). Right now a famous designer, Nobre was granted in 1959 and 1960 by it Record using the Chico Viola reward, for the high offering of his albums “Ciclone” and “Amor em Serenata” (Raul Sampaio/Ivo Santos). Nobre also experienced originals documented by additional interpreters like “Pressentimento” (with René Bittencourt) and “Amor Desfeito” (with Raul Sampaio).