The youngest in the regional Mexican music Elizalde dynasty, Francisco "El Chico" Elizalde was born in Navojoa, Sonora, in September 1985. Though he was expected to pursue his studies before deciding on a life in music, Francisco had wanted to follow in the footsteps of his brothers and father from a young age. Dubbed "El Chico" by his father, Lalo "El Gallo" Elizalde, Francisco was not only the youngest of his artistically active family, but made his debut recording at the earliest age. No Quieren Que Te Quiera was released when he was just 17 years old. Thanks to the hit single of the same title and accompanying video, the record hit Top Ten charts in several Mexican cities. His...
Virlán García is a singer, guitarist, and composer in the Mexican regional genre, specializing in norteño, corridos, and bandas. Garcia comes from Sinaloa and he has written for a number of artists, including Gerardo Ortiz, who chose his "Fuego Cruzado" to open his smash Hoy Más Fuerte album.
Óscar Rafael Valdez Fierro is a Mexican professional boxer who held the WBO featherweight title from 2016 to August 2019. Valdez qualified for the 2008 Olympics at the age of 17 and became the first Mexican Youth World Champion. Four years later he qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics
Un día como hoy pero de hace 48 años nació el ahora líder de La Banda El Recodo. Por supuesto estamos hablando del mismísimo Poncho Lizárraga quién hoy se encuentra celebrando una vuelta más al sol, en su cumpleaños. Es por eso que en Soy Grupero decidimos celebrarlo junto a ti, dándote a conocer cinco datos curiosos que seguro no conocías de uno de los máximos exponentes del Regional Mexicano. ¡Iiuu!