Mexican Ezequiel Peña was created and raised within the bosom of the low-income category of San José del Valle. He started his profession at age 12, mostly inspired by regional traditional music. Peña attained international recognition within the middle-’90s after teaming up with Marco Antonio Solís release a Yo Vendo Unos Ojos Verdes in 1994 and Orgullo Ranchero in 1996. 2 yrs afterwards, No Mas Contigo was documented alongside Banda Pioneros. Launching nearly an record per year, including 2000’s Un Nuevo Charro de Mexico, 2003’s Viva la Banda, and 2005’s Un de Nayarit, the very first time Peña demonstrated off his capability to play norteño, and Nuestra Tradicion: La Charreria, which celebrated the custom from the Mexican cowboy, or charro. Right now recognized as among the leaders both in mariachi and banda, Peña was nominated with the Grammy committee in 2007 for Greatest Banda Record for his A Mucha Honra (which have been issued the prior year).
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