Regarded as the longest-running group amongst traditional trios, los Tres Diamantes had been shaped in October of 1948 in Mexico City. In addition they were among hardly any trios to accomplish fame beyond Mexico. Guitarists Enrique Quezada Reyes (b. July 15, 1920) and Gustavo Prado Gutierrez (b. March 25, 1923), alongside lead vocalist Saulo Sedano Chavira (b. July 25, 1925) had been authorized by RCA in 1949 and gained their first strikes immediately after, including “Cuando Me Vaya” and “Te Quiero, Dijiste.” From the 1950s the group was a global strike, aided by their world-wide tours including stops in European countries and Japan. The music group continued to execute and record well in to the ’90s.