“Don´t Touch the Blue” (Blue Asteroid, 2015) -Daniel Cano (tp) Pedro Cortejosa (sax). Wilfried Wilde (g). Paco Charlin (b). Jesus Pazos (d) -, is the first album as leader of the trumpeter Daniel Cano. Eight of the nine tracks on the album are originals by Daniel Cano, the other "Chelesea Bridge" is a standard Billy Strayhorn classic. In it he has captured his musical experience and training background of the last 5 years, in a style that oscillates between tradition and the freedom of the new: hardbop, freejazz, groove, funk and of course swing, an essential element in any album of jazz that boasts. Daniel Cano (Palos de la Frontera, Huelva, 1983). Trumpeter, flute player, composer and educator resident in Canterbury (England) since 2014. He started his musical training at the Conservatorio de Huelva and then passed through that inexhaustible quarry for jazz that is Musikene, the prestigious Conservatory of Music of San Sebastian, where he graduated in Jazz-Trumpet (2012), with professors like Chris Kase, Bob Sands, Bill McHenry, Guillermo Klein, Andrzej Olejniczak, Roger Mas and Miguel Blanco, and where he also had the chance to perform with Perico Sambeat. He has performed and / or recorded with outstanding jazz musicians, among others, Doug Sides, Paco Charlín, Bob Sands, Pedro Cortejosa, Dick Pearce, Wilfried Wilde, Arturo Serra, Markku Ounaskari, Harris Eisenstadt, Carlos Bermudo, Lakunza Brothers, Andalucia Big Band, among others.