Alejandro Fernandez Biography - Cradle of Mariachi
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First performed before more than 10,000 people at age 5, playing the song "Alejandra". At that time not visualizing what would become his life later, at that time only had fun singing at family gatherings or with his father, when he invited him to the stage. Years later involved with his father in a tribute album to the music of Mexico (Mexico, voice and feeling) with the theme "Love of the two", being a success. This event planting in him the anxiety of singing professionally.
In addition to his musical inclination and vocation by inheritance, "The Colt," as it is affectionately known, also felt the need to expand their personal and after primary and secondary studies, he entered the University Atemajac Valley to study architecture.
In 1991 he released his first album titled "Alejandro Fernandez" and began a successful tour of his country. Of this production are released hits like "I need to forget", "Mists" and "wrong", to name a few.
Hits the market in 1993 "Fur Girl", an album of romantic, interpreted as only "The Foal of Mexico" knows how, with great force and feeling, the production
directed by maestro Pedro Ramirez, was placed quickly between public taste. "Skin Girl", "Just for mourn", "At the edge of the road" and "light Helmets", snatched tears and cries of his faithful followers.
In 1994 he presented "Greatest Hits", an album in which he plays themes of great composers, including Armando Manzanero stands.
Surveys were immediate; sales records, first full weeks of full acceptance and popularity of Mexican music stations that only handled the ballad-pop genre in 1995 causes the release of the album "Very Last Moment" . The song "Like someone loses a star" emerges as the song of the moment, is heard repeatedly on the radio and in places frequented by young people, making new anthem become a rancher and a true musical phenomenon.
The following year he released "Deep in my heart", this album got, as was released, Double Platinum. Then he recorded the theme song for the Atlanta Olympics alongside big names in music such as Gloria Estefan.
In 1997, with producer Emilio Estefan Jr., released "I'm falling", an album with romantic ballads and pop songs closest to, without departing from its Mexican essence. The first four singles taken from the album "I'm In Love", "If You Knew", "In the Garden" (sung as a duet with Gloria Estefan) and "I was born to love" were consecutive No. 1 hit on the Latin music Billboard magazine.
In 1999 appeared the phonogram market Christmastime In Vienna, a collection of Christmas songs in which "The Colt" sung in Spanish and English alongside Plácido Domingo and Patricia Kaas. The album contains traditional songs from around the world, with the implementation of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra.
In 2000, again in conjunction with Emilio Estefan Jr. released his eighth album, under the name "In your arms". From this material follows "Love" the first single will impact the senses of his followers, a fusion of rhythms that demonstrate the versatility of Alexander for playing music.
"Origins", their next album continued to achieve success in all of Latin America. The album has been certified 2 times platinum in the United States, Platinum in Mexico, and Gold in Central America, Ecuador and Venezuela.
Three years later launches "A Corazon Abierto" (2004). Alexander meets with producer Kike Santander to continue captivating viewers hearts and falling in love. Topics include "To Live", "Too bad," "I have Win" and "I began to lose you."
In 2005 published a live album titled "Mexico-Madrid, nonstop," which describes one unreleased track, "All", a ballad that was written by Leonel Garcia of Sin Bandera. The repertory includes duets highlighting Amaia La Oreja de Van Gogh "I dedicate to lose", the Spanish singer Malu in "Contigo learned" and Diego Cigala in "Like someone loses a star."
"Wave," is called the next plate Alejandro Fernandez with which celebrates its 15-year career. Contains a selection of songs written by the likes of Gian Marco, Leonel, Reily Barba, and Noel Fonseca Sin Bandera, where it reflects the love and passion for the Mexican sunset, traveling the rhythmic pop and romantic ballads.
"Wave," is a selection of 500 subjects chose Alejandro and includes ballads including "Amor Gitano" who performed alongside Beyonce. With this plate ends his contract with Sony Music to join Universal.
In 2009, the colt was involved in legal disputes with Sony since the label was going to release the album "Different", a plate with 12 ranchero songs, but the artist himself had to go to court to prevent the CD see the light. According to the artist, the contract with the label had ended, so Sony would not have the rights to publish it.
After days of negotiations, an agreement was reached and the album "Different" was released not.
After solving the problem, Alexander immediately announced its launch more ambitious. As not decide about which type of disc editing, if one farmer or one of pop music finally released two albums, one of each gender: "Evolution Two Worlds", an album of pop songs, and "Two Worlds Tradition" with gender issues rancher. This board features the song "I" as the first advance, subject by Joan Sebastian, who was responsible for most of the production work and composition.
Other titles are "Bandit", "Damn usual" and "spank". The latter caused controversy as some felt apology for making gender violence.
In 2010 launches, "Two worlds: Revolution", a live album of the concert in "The Lunario" of Mexico City, and brings together the best of the "Two Worlds".
In this production, involving 13 musicians who played instruments like the bugle, bass, accordion, guitar, the bass guitar and percussion, to create the environment that provides a perfect harmony between music and pop Mexican international.
The first single from the new project is the unreleased "You know who," with words and music by Joan Sebastian.