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Los angeles azules tour

Los angeles azules tour

Los angeles azules tour

Los angeles azules is a challenge, if not be really hard. The taste of the wine is not what makes us repeat, the unique decoration is. The feeling of privacy that Los Angeles brings can be seen in their decoration, though, it is not that easy to find.

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Comprised of brothers Elías, Jose, and Jorge Mejía Avante, as well as singers Carlos Veises and Guillermo Palafox, the Los Angeles Azules are well known for their onda grupera sensibilities. Originally having its roots in rock, the Azules’ brand of onda grupera is more firmly rooted in playful, party-themed pop, however also lends influences from folk and cumbia. Despite forming in the early ‘80s, the band failed to achieve great success until the release of their 1996 album “Unolvidables”, which proved a smash hit across Latin America. The record earned platinum status in Argentina, where the band also found favour on an extensive supporting tour.

Los Ángeles Azules released their latest album 'De Buenos Aires Para El Mundo' on March 25th, 2020 via Disa Records. Back in 2018, they made their first appearance at Coachella along with The Weeknd, SZA, Kygo, Jamiroquai and St. Vincent among many others. The following year, the band embarked on their Esto Sí Es Cumbia Tour with more than 40 dates and 25 sold out shows in the U.S. alone. The group was formed back in 1976 by the siblings of the Mejía Avante family including Elías, Alfredo, José Hilario, Jorge, Cristina and Guadalupe. (Source: concertfix.com)

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Los Angeles Azules has blossomed into one of the top Latin Music artists in the 2021 music scene. Since getting started in 1983, with roots in Mexico City, Los Angeles Azules has displayed a unique grupera sound with a complementary gruperas inmortales vibe. Los Angeles Azules's concerts are a can't-miss experience filled with an indescribable aura. With Los Angeles Azules tickets from Vivid Seats, you can be there in person to enjoy hits like "Amor A Primera Vista," "Mi Nina Mujer" and "Como Te Voy A Olvidar," along with plenty of other hits. Those unfamiliar with Los Angeles Azules's music might find it similar to that of Los Angeles De Charly.

Comprised of brothers Elías, Jose, and Jorge Mejía Avante, as well as singers Carlos Veises and Guillermo Palafox, the Los Angeles Azules are well known for their onda grupera sensibilities. Originally having its roots in rock, the Azules’ brand of onda grupera is more firmly rooted in playful, party-themed pop, however also lends influences from folk and cumbia. Despite forming in the early ‘80s, the band failed to achieve great success until the release of their 1996 album “Unolvidables”, which proved a smash hit across Latin America. The record earned platinum status in Argentina, where the band also found favour on an extensive supporting tour. (Source: www.songkick.com)

 

 

 

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