Aída Cuevas, known as the “Queen of Mariachi Music,” celebrates 47 years singing traditional Mexican and Latin American music. She is the first and only female singer in the traditional mariachi genre to ever win both a Grammy and a Latin Grammy Award, and she now celebrates a long career which includes 11 Grammy nominations for Best Mariachi/Ranchero Album. Much like Ella Fitzgerald’s classic releases for Verve, her “songbook” albums have played a central role in defining Mexican popular music. Over her career, she has recorded 41 full-length albums that have sold more than 11 million copies internationally.

An international icon of Mexican music since she was a teenager, Ms. Cuevas is an impassioned  performer with a striking voice that evokes life’s deepest sorrows, greatest joys, and most profound longings. She is also known as “La Voz de México” (the Voice of Mexico), and her two latest albums, Antología de la Musica Ranchera Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, feature her interpretations of the timeless songs made famous by the iconic 1930s ranchera singer Lucha Reyes. Both albums earned Grammy nominations.

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