Tomás de Perrate, son of Perrate de Utrera and grandson of the great Manuel Torre, is already a myth of the singing style of the gypsies from Andalucia. His musical experiments have been sheltered by his gritty, one-of-a-kind voice and for his tuning fork that always sounds during the flamenco intervals.
Emilio Caracafé was member of the mythical bands Pata Negra and Gritos de Guerra. He grew up as guitar player in the streets of Las Tres Mil Viviendas district. He has played for great names apart from developing a great social work as professor at the Fundación Alalá.