Vocalist and songwriter Fernando Delgadillo was created in Mexico Town in 1965. In 1986, the designer began building his music profession while taking part in a folk music group known as Un Sapo Cancionero. In 1989, Delgadillo made a decision to play along with Juan González, Rodrigo Solis, and Gonzalo Ceja, developing a project known as Seimus, brief for Sociedad de Escritores y Músicos Urbanos Subterráneos. A 12 months later on, Seimus became a duet when Solis and Ceja remaining. Throughout that period, Fernando Delgadillo individually documented a self-titled cassette accompanied by La Canción Casual, Recopilaciones, and Variaciones de la Canción Casual. In 1992, his first record was made by José Avila; the record was known as Concierto Aire a Tí. Immediately after, they documented Crónicas de Bruno del Breñal, Derivaciones de la Canción Casual, and 1995’s De Vuelos con de Sol. In identification to his profession, Fernando Delgadillo was asked to participate at Beijing’s International Television Celebration in 1997 and, 2 yrs afterwards, to La Habana’s Youngsters International Celebration. In 1999, Febrero 13 premiered and provided live at Mexico City’s Metropolitan Movie theater.