Saul Viera was created in southern California to Mexican parents who hailed from Tierra Generosa, Nayarit. His profession being a vocalist can be something of happenstance just as much as creative will and eyesight. One night time, Viera went to a membership with several friends. Coming to an all but clear membership, Viera made a decision to try his hands at performing, and got the stage, performing combined with the radio. The membership owner enjoyed his voice a lot that he asked Viera back again on several events to sing. Viera became referred to as Un Gavilancillo, and started singing on the full-time basis, journeying around southern California and beyond, with travels reaching so far as Chicago by the finish of his profession. His likeness however you like and vocal timbre to genre tale and folk hero Chalino Sánchez obtained him an adoring viewers. Very much like early American blues music artists, and recently U.S. hip-hop symbols, the craze among local Mexican artists to come quickly to a violent end can be noticeable. Just like his forerunner Chalino, Saul Viera was murdered in 1998 exiting a California cafe. Throughout his career, Un Gavilancillo documented 16 records. Most widely known for his strike “Querido Amigo,” Un Gavilancillo still left an indelible tag on norteño music among the style’s most favorite performers of corridos. He’s survived by his two kids, Dulce Maria Viera and Saul Viera, Jr.