Argentine singer and songwriter who first rose to fame throughout the early 2000s as a member of the group Mensajeros del Amor. Then, in 2003, he left the group to embark on his solo career and has since released over half a dozen successful albums, including 2015's hit album Momentos.
He was only six years old when he joined his father and uncle's music group Aloa. Two years later, he joined Los Volcanes and by the age of ten he was both singing and playing keyboards at festivals.
His self-titled YouTube channel features recorded live performances of his songs "Por Que" and "Eras Tu."
He was named after his father, Carlos, and grew up alongside his mother, Marcela, and his siblings Lucrecia, Melisa and Pipo. His daughter, Zoe, was born on June 11, 2006.
He and fellow singer Emanuel Ortega are both natives of Buenos Aires, Argentina.