Mexican singer Manuel Mijares had his initial experience in music while taking part in his school chorus at an extremely early age. He produced his professional debut in 1981 in an area festival known as Valores Juveniles. After surviving in Japan and performing in a evening club, Mijares became a member of Latin pop superstar Emmanuel, beginning his single carer after registering to EMI. He released a self-titled record in 1985, climbing graphs around Latin America along with his initial international strike, “No Se Murió el Amor.” He debuted as an professional while playing a job in Escápate Conmigo, dealing with vocalist/celebrity Lucero, who became his wife in January 1997. Manuel Mijares’ following album, 1998’s Un Privilegio de Amar, became a huge strike — the name track even highlighted Lucero on support vocals — and Mijares assumed a more substantial function in Latin music all together, duetting with Elton John and Gino Vannelli and gaining a state in the music he thought we would discharge; the latter was exhibited by his capability to toast José José, one of is own prime influences, using a full-album tribute, 2005’s Honor a Quien Honor Merece. Twelve months afterwards brought the lush LP Acompañame, a duet record with Yuri. Another task near his center, 2007’s Golf swing en Tu Idioma, provided a few of his songs in a golf swing or big-band placing. Another covers record, Vivir Así, became a huge strike upon its launch in ’09 2009; it actually prompted Vivir Así Volumen II twelve months later on. Nearing a landmark day in his profession — the 25th wedding anniversary of his debut in 1986 — Mijares made a decision to celebrate with a set of concerts. Although they sold-out quickly, the outcomes also appeared with an audio/video arranged, Mijares 25: Zona Preferente. He continuing to have industrial success along with his produces; Canto por Ti, released in 2013, spent weeks at number 1 in Mexico.