La Adictiva Banda San Jose de Mesillas Tickets
Artist: Las Adictiva Banda San Jose de Mesillas
Genre: Latin, Banda, Corrido
Roots: Sinaloa, Mexico
Discography: Durmiendo En El Lugar Equivocado, Disfrute Enga–arte, Muchas Gracias
Hits: ÒEn Peligro de Extincion,Ó ÒHombre Libre,Ó ÒSi Ya Lo Sabe Dios,Ó Ò10 SegundosÓ
Las Adictiva Banda San Jose de Mesillas TicketsLa Adictiva Banda San Jose de Mesillas started its career from the small town of Sinaloa, Mexico, in March 1990. The banda group is comprised of 15 men, including Abraham Rodr’guez, ƒdgar Iv‡n Liz‡rraga and Silverio Carrillo on trumpets, HŽctor Valdez on tambora, Omar Liz‡rraga, Ram—n Brito and Ferm’n Reyes on clarinet and vocalists Guillermo "Memo" Garza and Isaac Salas. They started making music under the name "La Banda San Jose de Mesillas" and released many of their songs under record label, EMI Group. In 2007, they ended their relationship with EMI and signed up with independent record label Sierra Records where they became "Las Adictiva Banda San Jose de Mesillas." They released several albums under Sierra, including Para Conquistarte and Corrido Adictivos. They signed again with a major record label after spending time with an independent record company. Under Sony, Las Adictiva became a household name. They released albums that include Viva Sinaloense, Nada Iguales and Pasado Es Pasado under Sony Music. Grab your tickets now at StubHub.
Promoting Mexican Music to the WorldLas AdictivaÕs music promotes Latin music to the world. Particularly, Las AdictivaÕs music is more inclined to the band and corrido genre. Their move to Sony Music in late 2009 saw the banda group achieving the success they never imagined. Fans in the U.S. started noticing their music, particularly those in the West Coast, the Southwest and East including Texas. Albums they released under Sony also topped singles and album charts. Their first national success was with the release of their 2010 single, ÒTe Amo y Te Amo.Ó The banda group released two more songs that achieved national success; ÒNada Iguales" and "El Pasado es Pasado.Ó The move also saw the band finding themselves touring not only in Mexico but also playing in various cities in the U.S.
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