Espinoza Paz Tickets
Espinoza Paz tickets
Latin Grammy-nominated music star Espinoza Paz has been delighting audiences with his original songs since he first shared his musical gifts with the world in the late 1990s. Both singer and composer, he has not only recorded his own albums but also collaborated with and written songs for many other Latin music artists. The Espinoza Paz tour delights audiences with the Mexican regional music for which he is best known.
Espinoza Paz's background
By the age of 13, Espinoza Paz had already written over 20 songs. In 1996, he moved from La Angostura in Sinaloa, Mexico, to Sacramento, Calif., where he picked oranges and olives while developing his musical talent. Following the death of his mother, he decided to return to Mexico. After eight years of singing in regional bands, he got his big break when he performed his original songs for the Sinaloan band singer El Coyote. El Coyote went on to record three of Paz's songs, "Besitos en El Cuello," "Prohibido" and "Para Impresionarte," which became immediate hits. Well-known radio personality Martin Fabian recognized Paz's talent and began collaborating with him on his debut album, Paz en Tu Coraz�_n, which was released by Nueva Generaci�_n Music Group in 2007. After releasing one more independent album, Amigo con Derechos, he was offered a contract with Universal Latino. His first major album, El Canta Autor del Pueblo, was released in 2008.
Although by 2011, Paz was enjoying great success as a performer and songwriter - he won Songwriter of the Year at the Billboard and BMI Latin Music Awards that same year - he shocked fans by announced his plans to retire. But in 2016, Paz signed an exclusive worldwide publishing deal with Universal Music and his album No Pongan Esas Canciones debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Regional Mexican Album chart.
Espinoza Paz's biggest hits
Paz's commercial success skyrocketed in 2008 with the single "El Proximo Viernes" from his first major album, El Canta Autor del Pueblo. The track debuted at No. 14 on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart, and Paz went on to release more than 16 albums and three collaborations. His album Yo No Canto, pero Lo Intentamos (2009) reached platinum and rose to No. 1 on the Latin Albums chart. Del Rancho para el Mundo followed suit in 2010, reaching platinum and a No. 2 spot on the Latin Albums chart. And the hits kept coming with 2011's Canciones Que Duelen, which went platinum and netted No. 1 spots on the Latin Albums chart and the Regional Mexican Album chart. In 2012, Paz released a compilation of some of his biggest hits and several new recordings called Un Hombre Normal. The wildly popular album went five-times gold in Mexico, and the title track reached No. 1 on the Latin Albums chart.
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