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Latin Legends Live Featuring Malo, Tierra, and Thee Midniters

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The Latin Legends Live is a compilation of three bands, Malo, Tierra, and Thee Midniters. These bands reign as major forced in the Latin music scene. All three have topped the Billboard Charts, setting standards for Latin Rock and R&B. Malos singles peppered pop radio and defined the music industry with flair emanating from their use of rhythm and percussion.... read full bio

Leonardo Aguilar

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Leonardo Aguilar is a Mexican artist whose grandparents are two Mexican legends, Antonio Aguilar, and Flor Silvestre. His father is also Pepe Aguilar, their family are known are the Aguilar Dynasty. Given how popular his family is, Aguilar gained so much knowledge and love of music since he was born, it was only natural that he was born to shine... read full bio

Lido Pimienta

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Lido Pimienta performs an eclectic mix of music, a modern take on Afro-Columbian tradition. She uses electronic music mixed with chanting, artistic vocals, and improvisation to create her sound. Her album, La Papessa, won Pimienta the Polaris Music Prize. The Globe and Mail has called Pimienta the artist of the year. Pimienta is also an advocate for gender, race, motherhood,... read full bio

Little Joe & La Familia

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Little Joe & La Familia is one of the most popular Tex-Mex bands in the music industry. Little Joe has been entertaining for more than 35 years, and has been described as the King of The Brown Sound." He also helped pioneer "Tejano" music, a mix of traditional "norteno" music and country, blues and rock styles. Jose Maria DeLeon Hernandez... read full bio

Los Angeles Azules

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The Los Angeles Azules are a Mexican musical group who perform a fusion style of music described as Columbian Cumbia and disco. Formed in Mexico City, the band is a collaboration between brothers Elias, Jose, and Jorge Mejia Avante. The group has experimented with various styles of sounds, from the 1950s to the 1990s. The album, Alas al Mundo, peaked... read full bio

Los Angeles De Charly

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Los Angeles de Charly are a Mexican musical group led by their namesake vocalist Carlos Charly" Bec_es. The group formed in 1999 after Charly Bec_es and fellow vocalist Guillermo "Memo" Palafox left the popular group Los Angeles Azules. Like Los Angeles Azules, they are leading exponents of the romantic Mexican cumbia."... read full bio

Los Invasores De Nuevo Leon

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Los Invasores de Nuevo Le_n is a traditional Mexican sextet who became stars of the Latin music scene. They started in the city of Monterrey where they uphold the tradition of keeping accordion music. Los Invasores are Grammy nominated artists whose music revolves around political themes including the US involvement in Latin America. Los Invasores de Nuevo Leon signed with... read full bio

Los Lobos

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The triple-Grammy Award winners Los Lobos' debut album, Los Lobos del Este de Los Angeles, was recorded at two studios over the span of only four months. The band broke wide with the critically acclaimed How Will the Wolf Survive, which was inspired by a National Geographic article. They released their follow-up, By the Light of the Moon, and also... read full bio

Los Lonely Boys

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Los Lonely Boys are an American Chicano rock trio, composed of three brothers: Henry on guitar, Jojo on bass, and Ringo on drums. This extraordinary group has been composing music together since they were very young and has now been a part of the professional music industry for over a decade. Los Lonely Boys write, sing, and play music drawn... read full bio

Los Plebes del Rancho de Ariel Camacho

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Los Plebes del Rancho de Ariel Camacho is a Mexican Sierreno musical group from Sinaloa, containing a twelve-string guitar, a six-string guitar, and a sousaphone tuba. Previously signed with JG Entertainment and then DEL Records, Los Plebes del Rancho has released four albums: Hablemos, El Karma, Recuerden Mi Estilo, and La Suerte. Recuerden Mi Estilo became the No. 1 Latin... read full bio

Los Recoditos

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Banda Los Recoditos is a Mexican band, whose sound is similar to that of Bandas Sinoalenses, featuring vocalists harmonizing to a third and high horn hits in the background. They often utilize the I-vi-IV-V chord progression, known as the 50s Progression. Having released twenty albums to date, Banda Los Recoditos most popular album is Ando Bien Pedo!. The single of... read full bio

Los Temerarios

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Brothers Gustavo Angel and Adolfo Angel make up the Mexican romantic music duo that is Los Temerarios, previously known as Conjunto La Brisa. They have released over twenty albums and received many awards and nominations, including two Grammy nominations, a Latin Grammy Award, a Lifetime Achievement Award from Premio Lo Nuestro and another Lifetime Achievement Award from the Latin Billboard... read full bio

Los Tigres Del Norte

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Norteno band Los Tigres del Norte was formed when the members were just teenagers. They gained popularity with the release of Contrabando y traicion, which was an immediate success on both sides of the border, inspired a series of movies, and kicked off one of the most extraordinary careers in Spanish-language music. In norteno/conjunto style, Los Tigres del Norte portray... read full bio

Los Tucanes De Tijuana

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TagliLos Tucanes de Tijuana widely recognized as pioneers of Nortena music. Their fast paced and energizing music, such as El Tucanazo, caught the eye of the Ministry of Tourism for the Republic of Mexico which, through its advertising agency, selected Mario Quintero Lara to write a song, Mexico Es Tu Casa, to promote tourism in Mexico. Los Tucanes are the... read full bio

Los Yonics

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Los Yonics are a Mexican pop group formed in the 1980s. Los Yonics began playing together in San Luis Pedro but later moved to Acapulco, playing both tropical pop music and ballads. Their music became very popular among American Hispanics in cities siuch as Los Angeles, San Jose, Phoenix, Arizona, and El Paso. They had a string of #1 albums... read full bio

Lou Bega

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Lou Bega is a German pop artist who infuses his music with elements of the 40s and 50s. His most popular song to date is the infectious hit Mambo No.5, which uses the 1949 instrumental by Prez Prado as the base, layered with his own beats and lyrics. Lou was born David Lubega in Munich, Germany. However, his mother is... read full bio

Lucero

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Mexican pop peformer Lucero began her career at a very young age. As a child actress she began to gain recognition and succeeded in achieving a prosperous career in television and film. She acted in productions such as Alegr_as de Mediod_a and Chispita. As a teen, she appeared in the film Coqueta, which also featured Pedro Fernandez. She also performed... read full bio

Luis Enrique

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Luis Enrique is a Nicaraguan singer and composer. He started his career in the late 1980s and achieved success in the 1990s, earning the title El Principe de la Salsa (The Prince of Salsa)". He was one of the leading pioneers that led to the salsa romantica movement in the 1980s. Enrique has received two Grammy Award nominations for "Best... read full bio

Luis Fonsi

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Luis Fonsi was born and raised in Puerto Rico. Fonsi had music in his heart from a young age, imitating famous Latin artists and even joined the San Juan Childrens Choir. At just 10-years-old Fonsi moved to the US and attended a school where he joined a singing group Big Guys. While studying music at Florida State University Fonsi recorded... read full bio

Luis Miguel

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Luis Miguel Gallego Basteri is a Mexican singer, producer and songwriter. Beginning his musical career in his childhood, Luis Miguel has become one of the most popular singers from Latin America, having performed successfully pop music, bolero, mariachi and romantic ballads. In a career that has spanned over twenty-five years, Luis Miguel has won four Latin Grammy Awards and five... read full bio



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