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Aliados de la Sierra

Chicago-based duranguense celebrities Aliados de la Sierra hit the local Mexican music globe with lightning strike-like success. Within the same 12 months as its development, the music group released its debut disk, which quickly became among the top-selling local Mexican music produces of the entire year. Group users Sergio Federico …

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Grupo Modelo

Led by singer/guitarist Hector Fregoso, Grupo Modelo produced their debut in 1992 with Comparte Mi Soledad; 1997’s Te Acordas de Mi was their U.S. discovery, followed a calendar year afterwards by Tu Admirador Secreto.

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Grupo Montéz de Durango

Grupo Montéz de Durango, probably the most famous professionals from the Pasito Duranguense, or the Durango Stage, a rhythm-driven cross of quebradita and merengue invented by Mexican-Americans in Chicago, the town from where in fact the users of Grupo Montéz de Durango hail, found achievement in both U.S. and Mexico …

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Fidel Rueda

Carlos Fidel Rueda was created in Culiacan, Sinaloa, on March 23, 1983. His dad held an accordion laying throughout the house all the time, and Fidel shortly got to spending his free time playing the device. As Fidel’s skill improved, he began singing aswell. It was shortly before he was …

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Cachao

In tandem along with his multi-instrumentalist sibling Orestes, bassist Israel “Cachao” López introduced to Cuban music the African rhythms that changed the island’s traditional danzón into what’s now referred to as the mambo — he also pioneered the descarga, the late-night jam sessions that revolutionized the sound and scope of …

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Chalino Sánchez

Mexican Chalino Sanchez (given birth to Rosalindo Sanchez) grew up in a little village of Sinaloa and moved to LA, CA, in 1977. In 1984 he wedded Marisela Vallejo, obtaining involved in well-known music in 1989 after becoming a member of Los 4 de la Frontera, producing an archive in …

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AK-7

Many longtime members of K-Paz de la Sierra still left the chart-topping duranguense group in 2007 to create a successful band of their very own, AK-7. Gerardo Memoryírez (keyboards), Rafael Solís (keyboards), Oscar Ledesma (keyboards), Armando J. Rodríguez (tambourine), Carmelo Gamboa (drums), and Luis Vidales (electrical tuba) had been originally …

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La Nobleza de Aguililla

La Nobleza de Aguililla was founded in 1980 in its namesake town of Aguililla, within the Mexican condition of Michoacán, nonetheless it wasn’t until 1995 which the group issued its first saving, Justicia Negra. That record opened the entranceway for the ensemble to get recognition beyond its native condition, particularly …

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Alejandro Montaner

Latin pop singer Alejandro Montaner (given birth to Alejandro Manuel Montaner) began his singing profession after earning a advertising and music business level at Miami School. In Feb 2002, vocalist/songwriter Ricardo Montaner’s kid started documenting his debut record, Todo lo Que Tengo, with efforts from Alejandro Jaén, Loris Ceroni, Pablo …

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Alacranes Musical

Started beneath the direction of Emiliano Martinez, hailing from Danta Maria del Oro within the condition of Durango, duranguense pacesetters Alacranes Musical became a fixture on Regional Mexican radio beginning in 2004. The group was created in November of 1998, selecting their name (“Scorpion”) to pay for homage with their …

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