Also known as Tino, he was the leader of the children's music group Parchís that became one of the biggest influences of Spanish children's music. He was with the band from 1979 to 1983.
He discovered singing during a festival at his primary school, el colegio Menéndez Pidal.
He lost his left arm in a car accident. He became a radio sports commentator. He worked for a company called Artel.
He married, but had no children. He was born to parents Próspero Fernández and Georgina Fernández and was the third of four brothers.
He performed alongside Yolanda Ventura in the band Parchis.