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Our Musical Roots
Everything comes from somewhere (or from someone) and we are not the exception.
Musically -and culturally- we have deep roots in our musical heroes, who shaped us and gave us the taste for this exceptional type of music genre.
so here we make a little tribute to all of them. (In alphabetical order)
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Aida Cuevas
she is a Mexican singer and actress. Affectionately known as "The Queen of Ranchera Music”, Cuevas has recorded 40 albums, selling 10 million copies worldwide.
Gabriel had released twenty studio albums, three live albums, and fifteen compilation albums. seven singles reached number one, including "Ay Amor", "Es Demasiado Tarde", and "Quién Como Tú". 
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Ana  Gabriel
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Antonio Aguilar
he was a Mexican singer, actor, songwriter, with a dominating career in music. He recorded over 150 albums, which sold 25 million copies, and acted in more than 120 films.
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Graciela Beltran
she is "widely known as one of regional Mexican music's most influential female voices. Beltran is credited with helping to form the genre, as well as solidifying a woman's place in it.
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Javier Solis
Also known as

'El Rey del Bolero Ranchero'

He specialized in the musical genres of bolero and ranchera
He made 54 records and appeared in more than 20 films
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Jorge Negrete
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As a singer he had a fine, wide-ranged and well trained baritone voice that often resembled a tenor's one. he was one of the founders of the Mexican National Association of Actors (ANDA)
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Jose A. Jimenez
 Also known as
"El Rey of Ranchera"
He was a singer-songwriter, whose songs are considered the basis of modern Mexican music.
he composed more than 1,000 songs
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Jose Jose
singer and actor known as 'El Principe de la Cancion' he climbed the Latin charts. recognized as a balladeer, He garnered universal critical acclaim from musical peers and media.
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Juan Gabriel
Alberto Aguilera Valadez (Juan Gabriel) was a Mexican singer, songwriter and actor. nicknamed El Divo de Juárez, he lived a flamboyant life, which broke barriers within the Latin music industry
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Pedro Infante
Pedro Infante Cruz was a ranchera music singer and actor, also known as the "King Of Mexican Bolero" whose career spanned the golden age of Mexican cinema. His popularity spread across Latin America
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Pepe Aguilar
he accompanied his parents, Mexican singer Antonio Aguilar & Flor Silvestre on tour. He played his first concert at the age of 3 with his father onstage at Madison Square Garden in NYC.
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Vicente Fernandez
Vicente Fernández Gómez was a Mexican singer, songwriter, actor, and film producer. Nicknamed "Chente", "El Charro de Huentitán", "El Ídolo de México", and "El Rey de la Música Ranchera"
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