Carlos Rojas Hernández, better known as Carlos "Cuco" Rojas, (28 March 1954 – 10 January 2020) was a Colombian harpist and songwriter. His genre of work was joropo. He was the director of Colombian band Cimarron. He was born in San Martín, Meta, Colombia. Rojas was part of the Colombian folkloric musicians that went with writer Gabriel García Márquez to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature.
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- Gutiérrez, Norberto. "La música del Nobel García Márquez en antesala del Hay Festival 2018". www.informate.com.mx (in European Spanish). Archived from the original on 10 March 2018. Retrieved 2018-04-04.
- CIMARRÓN MUSICAL DIRECTOR AND HARPER CARLOS “CUCO” ROJAS DIES IN BOGOTÁ