Bronco / Grupo Bryndis
|Decades:||1970s 1990s 2000s|
Formed in 1982, the original line-up of this long-running Mexican norteño band featured José Guadalupe Esparza (vocals), Javier Villarreal (guitar), Ramiro Delgado (accordion), José Luis Villarreal (drums) and Aurelio Esparza (percussion). Performing contemporary Latin and pop, they found an eager following among fans of norteño and the 90s were very successful years. They toured the USA and Central and South America to growing acclaim. The band took a break in 1998 but re-formed in 2003 and were soon recording and touring again and proving that they had lost none of their popularity. Indeed, in 2006 Bronco was nominated as grupero Artist Of The Year at the Premio Lo Nuestro. Songs in their repertoire include "La Caprichosa", "Piedra Y Diamante", "Ni Quemando Las Cobijas", "La Pata Coja", "Mi Peor Enemigo", "Si Te Vuelves A Enamorar", "Bailando Jalao", "Adoro", "Que No Quede Huella", "No Nos Vamos A Olvidar", "Ya Me Canse", "Dejaria...