Bronco, Mexico’s sensational norteño and pop music artists are bringing their signature sounds to Aragon Ballroom!
Grupo Bronco was formed in Apodaca (Nuevo León, Mexico) in 1980 by José Guadalupe Esparza, Ramiro Delgado, Javier Villareal, and José Luís 'Choche' Villareal. The band’s been through many line up changes over the years and it currently consists of Jose Guadalupe Esparza (bass guitar and vocals), Ramiro Delgado (keyboards and accordion), José Adan Esparza (artistic director and music production), Rene Guadalupe Esparza (vocals), and José Javier Cantú (guitar). Their musical style falls under the category of norteño; a genre of Mexican music (related to polka and corridos) with the accordion and the bajo sexto as its main instruments. They made a name for themselves by blending norteño with modern instruments like keyboards, pop melodies, and a stage presence full of elaborate costumes. They’ve had a stellar career with 25 studio albums and they’ve sold over 10 million records worldwide. Their 1993 album (Pura Sangre) have been certified Gold and Platinum records in Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay, as well as in Mexico. The band split up in 1997 but reunited in 2003. However, they couldn’t use the name Bronco in Mexico due to copyright issues with their ex-manager so they called themselves El Gigante de America. They use Bronco for their international concerts as Mexican copyright laws do not apply.
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