Singer and songwriter Fernando Delgadillo was born in Mexico City in 1965. In 1986, the artist started building his music career while participating in a folk band called El Sapo Cancionero. In 1989, Delgadillo decided to play along with Juan González, Rodrigo Solis, and Gonzalo Ceja, forming a project called Seimus. A year later, Seimus became a duet when Solis and Ceja left. During that period, Delgadillo independently recorded a self-titled cassette followed by La Canción Informal, Recopilaciones, and Variaciones de la Canción Informal. In 1992 his first album, Con Cierto Aire a Tí, was produced by José Avila; soon after, the pair recorded Crónicas de Bruno del Breñal, Derivaciones de la Canción Informal, and 1995's De Vuelos y de Sol. ~ Drago Bonacich
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