In todays podcast Mariano from el Duet "Voces Del Rancho" joins us and tells us his story.
Las Voces Del Rancho in 1997 opened up the doors for future Mexican Americans to sing Mexican corrido music.
Mariano grew up in Maywood California and went to Bell High school. Growing up in this community of South East LA he had the vision like becoming one day like his IDOLO "Chalino Sanchez"
He literally worked for FREE and grinned everyday until the opportunity came up when he was introduced to Lupillo Rivera who eventually signed him to his first record deal.
The grind didn't stopped there. He still worked for free and performed anywhere they could. After a couple of years they were becoming known in the LA underground community until a new radio station "La Que Buena" and Pepe Garza put them in the radio for the first time.
With their first hit "Se les peso Balthazar" they became an instant hit and 20 years later they are still here.
Las Voces del Rancho are know as one of the pioneers and OG's of la Regional de Mexico.
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