Los Ángeles Azules
The Los Ángeles Azules were formed in the early '80s by brothers Elías, José, and Jorge Mejía Avante. Playing a Latin style known as “onda grupera”, the band soared to the top of the charts with Inolvidables in 1996. In 2001, Los Ángeles Azules were nominated for the Billboard Latin Music Awards; that same year, they toured the U.S. to celebrate their 20th anniversary and released Historia Musical, which peaked at number two on the Latin albums chart. In 2014, the Azules launched a new musical genre “cumbia sinfónica”, performing their greatest contemporary hits with the Mexico City Symphony Orchestra.