Colombian Juan Humberto Rois, aka Juancho, started taking part in accordion at an extremely early age, performing Alfredo Gutiérrez’ music, joining an area festival called Cuna de Compositores (Composers Cradle) in 1977, and to arrive first place following taking part in Festival del Fique. The chance to create his initial record emerged after teaming up with Juan Piña. Juancho became a member of Diómedes Díaz immediately after and documented a successful record known as La Locura. Pursuing that record, he produced La Fuetera with Unías Rosado. After dealing with Raúl Martínez, Juan Humberto Rois attained a Gongo de Oro prize for Greatest Vallenato Act, afterwards creating a fresh style by blending Colombian folklore and Dominican merengue. The talented musician passed on in 1994 after an aircraft crash.