Cisco Robles was born in Brooklyn, New York. He began, playing guitar at 11 with emphasis mainly on gospel, R&B and funk. At 18, he left on his first U.S. tour with a band called, "Philadelphia Story." Also in the band was Ronald "Head" Drayton who played guitar with Nona Hendrix from the group, LaBelle. Philadelphia Story went from New York to Minnesota and from Minnesota to California.
Once in California, Cisco performed as a session guitarist for such artists as Marvin Gaye and his brother, Frankie Gaye. He also performed gospel and funk with Douglas Gibbs, and Ralph Johnson of Earth, Wind & Fire. In 1980, he toured Japan with a group called, "Inner Focus."
After returning to the U.S., Cisco then joined the reggae band, "Jah Moon" and recorded five albums as well as performed at the 1984 Olympics. Jah Moon included Reggie Butler, who once played bass for Jimi Hendrix at the Café Wha in New York.
From 1994 to 1996, Cisco was Vice President for Hurricane Productions which produced rap acts, radio clips and did club promotions for various nightspots in Orange County, CA.
From 1996 to 1998, Cisco was Vice President for Sims Records, a small recording label that produced R&B and Rap acts.
In 2001, Cisco formed "Electric Gentlemen Records" and has produced such acts as: Chaeya, Debra Dewart and Kill-Her Taco.
In 2006, Cisco formed a Blues band called "D'Vine Order" and in 2008 released his debut CD, Tipsy Gypsy. The CD was named in honor of a dear friend who died of cancer whose clothing boutique shared the same name. The CD contains a range of traditional blues to blues rock, including a cover of Jimi Hendrix's "Ezy Rider," featuring Chaeya on vocals.
Cisco currently performs with several bands and is the lead guitarist for Chaeya & Her Dark Secret. He performs frequently throughout Orange County and Los Angeles.