Led by accordionist Eugenio Abrego and bajo sexto player Tomás Ortiz, Los Alegres de Terán led just how for intricate duo harmonies inside the norteño design of Mexican music. The group was produced in Nuevo León when Abrego and Ortiz fulfilled at a membership in the middle-’40s, but transferred around the region to Monterrey, Reynosa, and lastly the border city of McAllen, TX. You start with their initial record, 1948’s “Corrido de Pepito,” the group pioneered wealthy, harmonic norteño corridos and rancheras, alongside Los Cadetes de Linares and Los Tremendos Gavilanes. They documented over 100 LPs and acquired hits numerous music, including “Carta Jugada,” “Alma Enamorada,” and “Entre Copa con Copa.” The music group also indulged in cross-marketing goes, including an area on the costs on the first Polka Celebration, kept in Chicago through the middle-’60s, and an appearance in a number of films, notably, the 1961 melodrama Pueblito, aimed by Emilio “Un Indio” Fernández. Los Alegres de Terán had been inducted in to the Tejano Conjunto Hall of Popularity in 1983, though Abrego passed on five years afterwards.