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The Mollys

Among the modern folk music’s most eclectic rings, the Mollys were conceived by longtime close friends and music collaborators Nancy McCallion, the group’s key songwriter and cent whistle participant, and Catherine Zavala, electric guitar and mandolin participant. By adding bassist Dan Sorenson, drummer Gary MacKender, and accordion, electric guitar and …

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Mijares

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 …

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Michael Salgado

Tejano vocalist/accordionist Michael Salgado gained prominence in the mid-’90s by seeking back again to the norteño audio influenced by Ramon Ayala, and introduced the design to younger era. He arranged his backing music group — brothers Ernie and Adam on electric guitar and drums, respectively, with bass participant Joe Tanguma …

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Mazz

Grupo Mazz was formed in Brownsville, TX, by singer/guitarists Jimmy González and Joe López, and emerged among the most innovative rings within their genre after adding synthesizer to mix traditional Mexican music and popular Latin rhythms. They debuted in 1978 with Mazz, offering the hit solitary “Comprendo Mi Amor.” Through …

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Raúl Hernández

Not to end up being confused using a classical/opera vocalist who’s also named Raúl Hernández, the Raúl Hernández profiled within this bio is a Mexican superstar who’s best-known for his a long time with los Tigres del Norte, one of the most exciting and legendary rings in the annals of …

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Ramón Ayala

Accordion king Memoryón Ayala, kid of musician Memoryón Cobarrubias, began using his favorite device at an extremely young age. Motivated and backed by his parents, he performed in various public places to greatly help his humble family. Memoryón Ayala’s 1st band encounter was an organization known as Los Jilgueros de …

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Baby Boy

Baby Guy is a Latin urban-pop singer of Puerto Rican heritage located in Orlando, FL, who broke to mainstream achievement with “Ya Zero Llores (I WANT TO Like You)” in 2008. Blessed Roberto Borrero in NJ, he started his recording profession as the first choice of the group Afixiao. Billed …

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NG la Banda

Probably the finest & most exciting Cuban dance band of the 1990s, NG La Banda formed in 1988 and continues to be led simply by flute player José Luis Cortés since. Including many amazing musicians who experienced formerly used Irakere and Los Vehicle Vehicle, the group is well known for …

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Priscila y Sus Balas de Plata

Priscila con Sus Balas de Plata (Priscila and Her Metallic Bullets) turned mind as the 1st well-known norteño group to include a feminine accordion player. In addition they heralded a fresh era in norteño music by filling up their music group with hunky late-adolescent music artists, chipping aside at the …

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Los Pacaminos

The U.K.’s Los Pacaminos, led by ’80s pop phenom Paul Little, performed Tex-Mex/Southwestern country-rock. A rollicking clothing that included Jaime Moses, Matt Irving, Drew Barfield, Steve Cheetham, Melvin Duffy, and Jim Russell, Los Pacaminos were only available in the middle ’90s, after Youthful still left his label and wished to …

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