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Los Yonic’s

The incredibly prolific los Yonic’s formed within the ’80s and also have released an album just about any year since. The group, which include head Johnny Ayvar, Jose Manuel Zamacona (vocals, electric guitar), Hill Martin (piano), Bruno Ayvar, Oscar Perez, Eduardo Part (saxophone and flute), and Vincente Martinez (saxophone and flute) was produced in San Luis Pedro but relocated to Acapulco. The music group has shown to be extremely favored by Mexican immigrants within the American Southwest, specifically LA, San Jose, Phoenix, and Un Paso, where their make of exotic/Cumbia music is frequently performed in regional ballrooms. Los Yonic’s combine exotic music with softer ballads, as well as the mixture has gained them several strikes over their lengthy profession, including “I Am,” “Sad Terms,” and “White colored Roses.” In the 21st hundred years, Los Yonic’s recordings started to wane in recognition (relatively) within their local Mexico. It didn’t matter: They paid out by hard touring within the U.S. that led to developing active lover bases in towns such as LA, San Jose, Phoenix, Az, Un Paso, Chicago, and Miami. You start with 2004’s Nuestras Consentidas, they positioned a minimum of nine albums in the very best 50 from the Latin Albums graphs, including three Best Tens. Two also got in the very best 20 from the Latin Pop Albums graphs and as an indicator that their group of fans in Mexico hadn’t totally deserted them, five even more albums hit the very best 20 for the Mexican Regional albums list. 2017 noticed the discharge of two albums, Asi Te Quiero Yo on Disa and Romanticos por Siempre, a break up with Industria del Amor on Discos America.

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