He was born in Seville, where he started at the age of 7 with his father, guitarist and teacher Manuel Parejo. At the age of 12 he started playing for the dance in the academy of José Galván, who counted on the young guitarist to work with his flamenco group playing in private parties, theatres, flamenco festivals, television, etc.
At the age of 18, he entered the Seville Conservatory of Music, alternating his work in the most prestigious tablaos in Seville. Soon he travels to Japan with the company of Teruo Kabaya with artists such as Enrique el Extremeño, Curro Fernández, Manolo Marín, etc. There, he teaches solo guitar and accompaniment to dance and singing.
It is worth mentioning his participation in the Bienal de Sevilla 2002 at the Teatro Alameda with artists such as “El Junco”, Paquito González, or “Cepillo” on percussion. Since then he has accompanied many dancers in competitions, such as the Nacional de Córdoba, the Festival de Cante de las Minas de la Unión, and Flamenco Viene del Sur, etc.
In turn, he has composed music for several companies and has worked with great dancers and singers such as Antonio Canales, Manuel Betanzos, Rafael de Carmen, Pastora Galván, Segundo Falcón, Juan José Amador, Enrique el Extremeño and La Tana, among others.
He currently works in tablaos in Seville, sharing this work with festivals and tours.