In the early '90s, Homero Palomo began playing romantic ballads combined with traditional Mexican music. After assembling his own band, Palomo started getting involved in the tejano scene, covering hit songs and paying tribute to RamÃ³n Ayala. The group's first original record was released in 1998, followed by 2000's No Llores Mas, which included the hit single "Te Vas Con El." The group became one of the most popular regional Mexican outfits after issuing Fuerza Musical in mid-2001. ~ Drago Bonacich,… Show more
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Boston Ballet presents 'Coppélia'
at Boston Opera HouseWed 5/22 1:00p