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After celebrating three decades playing traditional music, becoming one of the top-selling acts in the Latin music scene, Los Tigres del Norte once again focused their lyrics on social issues related to Mexican people delivered in a passionate way, adding plaintive but encouraging thoughts written by acclaimed composers Teodoro Bello, Francisco Quintero, Enrique Franco, and Rafael Rubio, among others. A romantic ballad in bolero norteño style called "Mi Fantasia," the nationalist-oriented "Somos Mas Americanos," and a very amusing song titled "Mujeres Manejando" turn Uniendo Fronteras into one of their best.


Formed: San Jose, CA

Genre: Regional Mexicano

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

No norteño act is more renowned than Los Tigres del Norte, a group of Mexican-American brothers based in California who began their recording career in the early '70s and enjoyed widespread acclaim over the following decades, recording regularly for Fonovisa Records from the 1980s onward. The group is centered on lead vocalist and accordionist Jorge Hernández (the oldest of 11 children), who is joined in Los Tigres by his brothers Hernán (bass, vocals), Eduardo (accordion, saxophone, bass, vocals),...
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Uniendo Fronteras, Los Tigres del Norte
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Regional Mexicano, Music, Latino
  • Released: Aug 28, 2001

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