La Sonora Santanera’s innovator, Carlos Colorado, belonged to an area orquesta in his hometown of Barra de Santa Ana, nonetheless it had not been until he moved to Mexico Town that his group, Tropical Santanera, was created. The music group played private celebrations around the town, attracting the eye of promoter Jesús “Palillo” Martínez, who helped them get yourself a gig in the Follies Bergere Theatre. The music group transformed its name to La Sonora Santanera and performed a variety of dance-oriented designs, earning a agreement with CBS Mexico in 1960. Quickly afterwards, that they had their 1st strikes, “La Boa” and “Los Aretes de la Luna.” The music group stayed hot through the entire ’60s and finally they transformed their name once again to La International Sonora Santanera de Carlos Colorado. Colorado passed away in a vehicle accident in 1986, resulting in the short-term dissolution from the music group. In 1997, though, staying members reunited release a Como en los Buenos Tiempos, which attemptedto revive the group’s personal sound.