Honduran singer/songwriter Carlos Sabillón learned how to play guitar at the age of ten, soon composing a pop ballad called "Quiero Volver A Tu Lado," based on his first love. After recording a demo produced by Billy Peña in 1995, Mexican Fonovisa approached the young artist to sign him up. Nevertheless, Carlos Sabillón didn't feel ready yet. In 1997, the Latin pop singer composed music for the play The Corn Is Green, later, performing a main role in Neil Simon's Come Blow Your Horn. A year later, Max Urzo and José Eduardo Cubero produced Carlos Sabillón's debut album, called Sin Tiempo Ni Distancia, released by Costa Norte Records.