Dynamic in Cuban music since 1965, singer/guitarist/tres participant/composer Pedro Luis Ferrer combines the influences of both traditional and Cuban well-known music in his guaracha-style tunes, which often address the everyday lives and struggles of the normal people. Ferrer was created in the tiny Cuban city of Yanguaji and relocated to Havana in 1965, wishing to try the music picture. He used Carlos Alfonso and Mike Porcella, the second option inside a Cuban/rock and roll fusion group known as Los Dada. As time passes, Ferrer developed an target audience for his tunes, that have since been documented by performers including Celia Cruz, Danny Rivera, Papo Luca, and Willy Chirino. In 1999, Ferrer finished his first public U.S. discharge for Atlantic Information, titled merely Pedro Luis Ferrer.