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Celso Piña

Mexican accordionist Celso Piña, aka Un Rebelde del Acordeón (the Accordion Rebel), started using traditional music together with his brothers Eduardo, Rubén, and Enrique. In the first ’80s, they considered the tropical design after hearing Aníbal Velasquez and Alfredo Gutiérrez, developing a group known as Celso Piña con su Ronda Bogotá. In 2001, Celso Piña teamed up with regional rock rings Café Tacuba, Santa Sabina, and Control Machete, amongst others, to celebrate his 20th profession anniversary by documenting Barrio Bravo, made by Alfonso Herrera and Julián Villarreal.

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