Los Temerarios

Genres: Latin World Music
Descriptive "tags": mexico los termerarios temerarios baladas latin latin pop latin romantic los temerarios latin souls spanish dance slow los caminantes latin sad los angeles azules los muecas rigo tovar Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades Active: 1980s 1990s 2000s
Links online: Wikipedia

Biography

In 1978, the brothers Adolfo (Adolfo Ángel Alba, 1 September 1963, Mexico; vocals/keyboards) and Gustavo Ángel (b. 1968, Mexico; vocals) formed a group they named Conjunto La Brisa. They made some 45s and then, in the early 80s, were joined by their cousin, Fernando Ángel (b. 1963, Mexico; vocals/bass). Renaming the group Los Temerarios, they made their first album under this name. Adolfo is generally accepted as the principal force behind the group’s formation and success. Musicians including Karlo Vidal and Jonathan Armabilis often augment the trio for tours and recording sessions.

Dedicated to the presentation of the more romantic elements of Mexican ranchera music, Los Temerarios quickly became very popular with young Mexicans and extended their fanbase throughout Central America and the USA. The brothers and Fernando formed their own Ángel (later AFG Sigma) label in 1990, which was later bought out by the...

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