Besame Mucho in Los Angeles, CA

Dec 21, 2024 at 11:00 AM  ·  Dodger Stadium Dodger Stadium

Besame Mucho
Dec 21
Besame Mucho

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Mojado, from Matamoros, Tamaulipas, has sold 3.5m+ CDs globally. Known for hits like "Tonta" & "Piensa en Mi", they won early awards including Billboard's 1992 Revelation. Their album "Sueño y Realidad" was named best of 1997 by Billboard, and they were Grammy-nominated in 2001. Produced by Marco Antonio Solís.
Mexican pop band Belanova, formed in Guadalajara (2000), skyrocketed with "Dulce Beat" & hit "Por Ti" topping MTV Mexico for 29 weeks. Known for disco-pop, charismatic vocals by Denisse Guerrero, and produced by Cachorro López, they've earned Latin Grammy nods and massive chart success.
Proyecto Uno, formed in 1990, famed for Latin/hip-hop mix with hits like "El Tiburon," won Platinum for "In Da House." Known for energetic tracks & US/Latin America success.
Los Tigres del Norte, norteño icons from Mexico, based in California, famed for hits like "Contrabando y Traición," popularized narcocorridos. Winners of multiple awards, they made history filming a concert at Folsom Prison.
Pancho Barraza, born in Mexico, rose to fame with Banda San Sebastian and los Recoditos. Known for his solo career starting in 1995, he's a key figure in banda music, collaborating with notable artists.
Born in Mazatlán, BANDA LOS RECODITOS, initially named by Cruz Lizárraga and José Ángel Espinoza in 1989, have acclaimed international awards like Latin Grammy and Billboard. Known for significant performances and high album sales.
Jorge Medina, with a 20+ year career, launched his debut solo album in 2018 produced by Chuy Lizárraga. Known for hit singles across banda and mariachi genres, his albums include "Así o Más Claro," "Directo al Corazón," and "Tres Vidas." Famous for incorporating beloved covers with his unique style, he excels in ranchero, cumbia, and baladas.
Banda MS from Mazatlán, Sinaloa, excels in regional Mexican banda music. Famous for hits like "Sin Evidencias," they debuted in 2004 with 'No Podrás'. Notable members include Oswaldo Silvas and Alan Ramirez.
Johnny Zazueta & Omar Tarazón, Sinaloan musicians, formed LOS 2 DE LA S. Under Banda MS's Sergio Lizárraga, they hit #1 with "Somos Los Que Somos." Known for innovative style.
Mexican singer Alicia Villarreal, from Grupo Límite, gained fame with hits like "Por Puro Amor". Her solo career flourished with albums like "Soy Lo Prohibido", earning Grammy nods and top chart positions. Known for norteno and Latin pop, she also collaborated with husband Cruz Martinez.
Born in Monterrey, La Leyenda led by Eliseo Robles Jr., excels in norteño genre. Known for hits like "Necesito un Amor", they've been successful since 1995.
Yuridia, renowned Latin American singer, emotive voice, started in 2005, 9 albums, over 2M sales. Hits Billboard, Premio Oye. Known for 10 sold-out shows at Auditorio Nacional, Mexico. Coach in La Voz 2022.
Born in Chile, raised in Canada, Beto Cuevas led La Ley to fame with hits like "Angie." Post-2005, he went solo, winning a Grammy and collaborating with top producers. Known for Miedo Escénico album.
Italian singer Nek, born Filippo Neviani, began his music career early and gained fame with hits like "Laura non C'è." Known for his multi-instrumental talent and success across Europe and Latin America, he has multiple top charting albums and two greatest-hits collections.
Formed in 1968 Chile, Los Ángeles Negros, led by Germaín de la Fuente, gained fame with ballads like "Y Volveré." Chart-toppers across Latin America, settled in Mexico in 1982.
Los Cadetes de Linares, a pioneering norteño band from Linares, Nuevo Leon, gained fame with hits like "Dos Coronas a Mi Madre" & "Los Pistoleros Famosos." Renowned for their corridos, they've been popular since the 1970s across diverse fan bases.
Mexican group Yndio, from Sonora, hit famous with '70s covers like “Love Hurts” & “Unchained Melody.” Known for grupero ballads & lively polkas, they topped charts & toured America extensively. Active since 1972, they still perform successfully today.
Inspector, born in San Nicolás de los Garza, is a leading Mexican Ska band since 1995. Known for hits from their Platinum album "Alma en Fuego," they blend intense love themes with a unique style, celebrating major milestones with grand tours and performances at Mexico's top venues.
Enrique Iglesias, born in Madrid, is the top Latin pop icon, famous for hits in English & Spanish. Sold 180M+ albums globally & teamed with stars like Pitbull. Holds record for #1 singles on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs. Multiple GRAMMYs winner.
Born in NYC, raised in Puerto Rico, Elvis Crespo is famed for 'Suavemente', with hits like "Tu Sonrisa". First Tropical Sony artist to sell over a million US copies.
Colombian singer Shakira, GRAMMY winner, famous for hits like "Hips Don't Lie", has collaborated with stars like Rihanna & Maluma. Known for her Shakira Foundation aiding children in Colombia.
Danna Paola, Mexican singer & actress, known for hits like "Mala Fama" & "Oye Pablo." Nominated for Latin Grammy & more. First Mexican soloist in Spotify's Global Top Ten Debuts. Forbes listed as a powerful woman.
Kaia Lana, TikTok star & musical talent from 2022, nominated for Best New Artist at TikTok Awards. Known for reimagining hit songs in multiple languages. Hits include “Dejarte me lo debo a mí” & “Amantes Astrales”. Performs in MX & US in 2023.
Paulina Rubio, ex-Timbiriche, tops Billboard in 2001, selling over half a million U.S. copies. Multi-award winner, globally recognized, collaborates with stars like Juan Gabriel and Jenni Rivera.
Los Pasteles Verdes, iconic Peruvian Pop/Rock band, led by Hugo Acuña. Known for hits, major albums with Infopesa. Members included Aldo Guibovich, flourishing from Chimbote roots.
Founded in 1993 in Nuevo Leon by Beto Zapata & Pepe Elizondo, norteño band Pesado debuted with "Ayudame a Olvidar." Known for hits like "Eso Me Gusta" and addressing male machismo in "Gracias por Tu Amor." Grammy nods & gold albums highlight their celebrated discography. Famous for 15th & 20th anniv. albums and tribute works.
Grammy-winner Pitbull, born in Miami, is known for hits like "Give Me Everything". An education advocate and motivational speaker, he founded SLAM! schools and partners in eMerge Americas. Celebrated globally, he boasts 25M albums sold and 15B video views.
Marisela, Mexican-American singer and actress, famed as "La Dama de Hierro". Known for romantic ballads, she's sold over 40M albums, with all tracks of one album hitting Billboard's top 10. Collaborated with icons like Joan Sebastian and Thalía.
Bacilos, a Pan-American band born in Miami, fuses Latin folklore with rock/pop. Known for hits like 'Caraluna' & 'Mi Primer Millón', they've won a GRAMMY & five Latin GRAMMYs.
Hombres G, iconic Madrid band since 1983, boasts global tours, millions in sales, 2 films, a musical, multiple books, and prestigious awards like a Grammy and Spain’s Gold Medal of Arts. Known for enduring friendship and classic hits, they've filled venues from Calderón to Hollywood Bowl.
Formed by Mario Quintero Lara, Los Tucanes De Tijuana are known for hits like "Me Robaste El Corazón." With over 50 albums, they've explored genres from corridos to love songs, and remain influential in Latin music.
Founded in 1978 in Ojinaga, Mexico, Conjunto Primavera rose to fame with platinum hits like "Necesito Decirte." Renowned for regional Mexican music, they've won multiple Latin Grammys, including Best Norteño Album.
From Jalisco, Mexico, Banda Machos pioneers the la quebradita style, blending banda with ranchera and cumbia. Known for hits like "ZapaMambo," they've won Lo Nuestro and Furia Musical Awards. Active since 1990, they've toured globally and continuously topped charts.
Banda Zeta, TecnoBanda group from Tepic, Mexico, founded in 1993 by Sotero Alvarado Peña, famous for hit "La Niña Fresa" popular in the mid-90s globally.
Born in Mexico, Gloria Trevi, a revered Latin artist, has sold over 30 million records and holds multiple Billboard Latin and Premio Lo Nuestro awards. Known for electrifying tours and powerful songwriting, she's also a Latin GRAMMY nominee and a top touring artist in North America.
Mexican pop rock band ELEFANTE, formed by Ahis, Iguana, Rafa, Javi & Tracks, has over 20 Top Ten hits, 6 albums & 1 million records sold. Known for collabs with Shakira, Mana & more. Grammy-nominated & multiple awards winners.
Grupo Laberinto, formed in 1987 in Ciudad Obregón, Sonora, are known for their corridos, especially horse-themed ones like "El Profeta." This Mexican band's music blends ranchera and tropical styles, gaining significant fame in Mexico and the US.
Mexican band Los Tigrillos, known for blending Cumbia and Norteño, emerged in the '80s. Famous for albums like Cumbias Con Garra, they achieved gold status multiple times.
Latin American synth-pop pioneers Moenia, active since 1997, feature Alfonso Pichardo, Jorge Soto, and Alex Midi. Known for over 20 Top 10 hits and nine studio albums.
El Fantasma, born in Las Cañas, Durango, revolutionized Regional Mexican music. Known for hits like "Mi 45" and "Encantadora," his songs dominate charts with over 550M YouTube views. Collaborated with Jorge Gaxiola and signed by AfinArte Music.
Bobby Pulido, son of Tejano legend Roberto, blends Tejano with Texas country. Known for hits like "Desvelado," his work won multiple 1997 Tejano Music Awards. Based in Edinburg, Texas.
Colombian star Juanes, winning 20+ Latin Grammys & 4 Grammys, shines globally with hits like "A Dios le Pido." Known for rich Latin sounds & collaborations like Nelly Furtado.
Natalia Jiménez, born in Spain, is a celebrated singer-songwriter known for her powerful voice and versatility in Spanish-language music. She has won GRAMMYs, Latin GRAMMYs, and more, selling over 3 million albums globally. Famous for duets with stars like Marc Anthony and Ricky Martin, she also shines on TV shows and as a fashion icon.
Born in Rio Verde, SLP, Ana Bárbara is a leading Mexican music singer known for hits like "Lo busqué" and "Fruta prohibida". She's acclaimed internationally, has released over ten albums, and shines across genres like mariachi, pop, and grupera.
Carlos Vives, Colombian Grammy winner, excels in vallenato, cumbia, pop & rock. Known for hits like "La Bicicleta" & "Robarte un Beso," he's collaborated with Shakira, Ricky Martin & others. Celebrated for enriching Latin music globally.
Lalo Mora, Sr., a star in Mexican music from Nuevo León, excelled in norteño and recorded renowned banda albums. Famous for ranchera and corridos, he initially rose to fame with Los Invasores de Nuevo León before going solo and achieving greater success. His son continues his musical legacy.

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