Pancho Barazza Performs In North America
Synonymous with the evolution of his home country's proud musical heritage, Mexican icon Pancho Barazza has lent his distinctive voice and style to multiple Latin music genres, spanning rancheras, mariachi and norteno. From the mid-'90s to the present day, his considerable presence has evolved from band frontman to bonafide megastar over the course of over 20 albums. Catch the living legend as he brings his charisma, romance and trademark stetson-tilted-over-one-eye to US shores!
At the tender age of 22, Barazza first took to the stage as part of the Villa Union Church choir, later joining several bands before really making his mark with iconic outfit Los Recoditos in the early 90s. Stepping out as a solo artist in 1995 with the release of his debut album Mis Canciones De Amor, the celebrated balladeer captured the hearts and ears of audiences all of the world with a sonorous vocal timbre and emotion-filled singing style. Almost a quarter of a century later, he is still much revered as a champion of Mexican regional music.