Valentin Elizalde

Genres: Foreign Films Music Videos & Concerts World Music
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Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
Links online: Official Homepage

Biography

1 February 1979, Etchojoa Jitonhueca, Sonora, Mexico, d. 25 November 2006, Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Elizalde became popular in the late 90s, singing with Mexican bands in the norteño tradition. His father, also a singer, died in a road accident. Nicknamed El Gallo De Oro (the Golden Rooster), Elizalde had some successes with records of ‘Como Me Duele’, ‘Ebrio De Amor’, ‘Mi Virgencita’, ‘Soy Asi’, ‘Vencedor’ and ‘Vete Ya’. Among other songs in Elizalde’s repertoire were ‘Por Las Parrandas’, ‘La Vida No Es’, ‘El Corrido De Manuel’, ‘Los Pilares De La Carcel’, ‘Aunque Te Enamores’, ‘A Mis Enemigos’, ‘Y No Me Lo Das’, ‘Para Que Olvidar’, ‘Zenaida Ingrata’, ‘La De Enfrente’, ‘La Tambora Va A Sonar’, ‘Que Vivan Las Mujeres’, ‘Paloma Errante’, ‘Sobre La Tumba De Mi...

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