Argentine Jairo produced his live debut in age six even though singing a Mexican traditional melody at his indigenous Cruz del Eje. After taking part in different contests around Córdoba, the talented vocalist joined a rock-band known as the Twister Children. When his family transferred to Buenos Aires, Jairo, known in those days as Marito González, began performing at regional TV shows, afterwards recording “Un Laberinto,” his initial disk. In 1970, after teaming up with Luis González, a skill pupil, Marito González reached Spanish Luis Aguilé, who agreed upon him up, launching Emociones. He shortly came in initial place at Costa del Sol celebration with a melody known as “Javier y Paloma.” In 1971, Por Si Tu Quieres Saber was documented, a year afterwards he registered to Ariola, launching Si Vuelves Sera Cansancio. After documenting in French, Italian, and German, Jairo produced his acclaimed Amor De Cada Día, made by Juan Carlos Calderón and released by RCA in 1983. The record was accompanied by 1985’s Em fun??o de Verte Feliz, made by Pablo Herrero and José Luis Armenteros. In 1995, Jairo celebrated his 25th profession wedding anniversary with live shows in Córdoba and Buenos Aires, performing alongside Mercedes Sosa, Lito Vitale, and Juan Carlos Baglietto, among various other prominent Argentinean performers.