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Dinora Abán Ugalde

Mexican-born singer Dinora Abán Ugalde began singing at an extremely young age, taking part in her neighborhood church chorus and performing at celebrations and special occasions. At age 15, the talented youthful woman produced her own music group, Juventud Norteña, and produced her debut record, Tierra Caliente, that was made by Alfonso de León and highlighted the hit one “Sin Brincar El Renglón.” Even so, her group disbanded shortly soon after. When Dinora Abán Ugalde fulfilled bass participant Juan Arturo Gutiérrez, a fresh band was produced to take part in a local competition known as Cartas Musicales. Dinora con La Juventud debuted using the discharge of Una Nueva Dimensión Musical.

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