Lo Nuestro Award for Regional Mexican New Artist of the Year

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Lo Nuestro Award for Regional Mexican New Artist of the Year
Awarded for Regional Mexican New Artist of the Year
Country United States
Presented by Univision
First awarded 1989
Last awarded 2012
Official website univision.com/premiolonuestro

The Lo Nuestro Award for Regional Mexican New Artist of the Year was an honor presented annually by American network Univision. It was first awarded in 1989 and has been given annually since to recognize the most talented performers of Latin music.[1] The nominees and winners were originally selected by a voting poll conducted among program directors of Spanish-language radio stations in the United States and also based on chart performance on Billboard Latin music charts, with the results being tabulated and certified by the accounting firm Deloitte.[1][2] At the present time, the winners are selected by the audience through an online survey.[3] The trophy awarded is shaped in the form of a treble clef.[1]

The award was first presented to Mexican singer José Javier Solís. Mexican singer Pablo Montero and group Los Temerarios, winners in 1990 and 1999, respectively, were also nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album;[4][5] while 2009 nominees Los Pikadientes de Caborca were also shortlisted for a Grammy Award for Best Regional Mexican Album.[6] Mexican performer Ezequiel Peña was nominated as part of the group Banda Vallarta Show in 1993 and won as a solo performer two years later.[7][8] Mexican singer and actress Mariana Seoane, winner in 2005, received a Latin Grammy Award nomination for Best Grupero Album.[9] Mexican singer Gerardo Ortíz won the award in 2011, only a few weeks after he had survived an ambush attempt during which his cousin and business manager had been killed.[10] In 2013, the Pop, Regional Mexican and Tropical Salsa New Artist of the Year categories were merged on a Lo Nuestro Award for Best New Artist category in the General Field.[11]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees for the majority of the years awarded.

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winner
A man dressed in Mexican charro suit, holding a microphone in his left hand and a hat on the right.
Mexican performer Alejandro Fernández (pictured in 2011), nominee in 1993
A man leaning on his left side, wearing a shirt and denim pants, holding a microphone in his left hand and a hat on the right.
American singer Bobby Pulido (pictured in 2012), nominee in 1997
A man dressed in Mexican charro suit in black and white, holding a microphone in his right hand and a hat on the left.
Mexican singer Pablo Montero (pictured in 2011), winner in 1999
A woman facing left, wearing a gray hat with a cherry band and a gray suit.
Mexican singer and actress Aracely Arámbula (pictured in 2009), nominee in 2004
Year Performer Ref
1989
(1st)
Solís, José JavierJosé Javier SolísAward winner
[12]
Grupo Topaz
Industria del Amor
Robles, EliseoEliseo Robles
1990
(2nd)
Los TemerariosAward winner
[13]
Cielo Azul
Emilio
Xelencia
1991
(3rd)
Ochoa, ÁngelesÁngeles OchoaAward winner
[14][15]
Adalberto
Rocky Hernández
Texas Tornados
1992
(4th)
Grupo MojadoAward winner
[16]
Esmeralda
Lalo y Los Descalzos
Tecno Banda
1993
(5th)
Banda MachosAward winner
[7][17]
Banda Vallarta Show
Fernández, AlejandroAlejandro Fernández
Zeus
1994
(6th)
FamaAward winner
[18]
Aguilar, PepePepe Aguilar
García, ElsaElsa García
Los Carlos
1995
(7th)
Peña, EzequielEzequiel PeñaAward winner
[8]
Ana Bárbara
Banda El Mexicano
La Diferenzia
1996
(8th)
Astudillo, PetePete AstudilloAward winner
[19][20]
Los Dinnos
Los Rehenes
Los Tiranos del Norte
1997
(9th)
LímiteAward winner
[21][22]
Angelez Azules
Jennifer y los Jetz
Pulido, BobbyBobby Pulido
1998
(10th)
Priscila y sus Balas de PlataAward winner
[23][24]
1999
(11th)
Montero, PabloPablo MonteroAward winner
[25][26]
Esparza, GuadalupeGuadalupe Esparza
Flores, YeseniaYesenia Flores
Navidad, PatriciaPatricia Navidad
2000
(12th)
Quintanilla, A.B.A.B. Quintanilla and Kumbia KingsAward winner
[27]
Corvo
Grupo Tentación
Los Askis
Paco Barrón y su Norteños Clan
Los Sementales de Nuevo León
2001
(13th)
Dinora y la JuventudAward winner
[28][29]
Rivera, LupilloLupillo Rivera
Los Traviesos del Norte
Voces del Rancho
2002
(14th)
Morales, JessieJessie MoralesAward winner
[30][31]
Fato
Germán Román y su Banda República
Los Forasteros de San Luis
2003
(15th)
Lizárraga, GermánGermán Lizárraga y su Banda Estrellas de SinaloaAward winner
[32][33]
Adolfo Urías y su Lobo Norteño
Arámbula, AracelyAracely Arámbula
Aroma
2004
(16th)
La OndaAward winner
[3][34]
A.T.M
Cuen, AdánAdán Cuen
Garay, ÁngelÁngel Garay
Banda Alameda
Big Pepe
Conjunto Pirámide
Díaz, IvánIván Díaz
Erika
García, VíctorVíctor García
Hermanos Higuera
Isabela
Jimena
Joel Higuera con su Nuevo Grupo
K-Paz de la Sierra
Los Sombras del Malverde
Pepito
Punto y Aparte
Sandra
Santos Diablitos
Sol, ÚrsulaÚrsula Sol
Talismán
Temblor del Norte
Universales del Norte
Violento
Zuly
2005
(17th)
Seoane, MarianaMariana SeoaneAward winner
[35][36]
Climax
Tavares, JuanJuan Tavares
Melody, KrisKris Melody
2006
(18th)
La Autoridad de la SierraAward winner
[37][38]
Los Elegidos
Terrazas, BetoBeto Terrazas
Zaino
2007
(19th)
Los Creadorez del Pasito Duranguense de Alfredo RamírezAward winner
[39][40]
Los Cuen's de Sinaloa
Ortíz, ChelínChelín Ortíz
2008
(20th)
Banda GuasaveñaAward winner
[41][42]
Los Buitres de Culiacán Sinaloa
Márquez, AndrésAndrés Márquez
Rueda, FidelFidel Rueda
2009
(21st)
AK-7Award winner
[43][44]
Aliados de la Sierra
Montero, GermánGermán Montero
Los Pikadientes de Caborca
Uranio
2011
(23rd)
Ortíz, GerardoGerardo OrtízAward winner
[45][46]
Fresnillo, ÁngelÁngel Fresnillo
José Alfonso "El Plebe"
Los Reyes de Arranque
Voz de Mando
2012
(24th)
Calibre 50Award winner
[47][48]
Rivera, AlexAlex Rivera
Villareal, AlexAlex Villareal
El Bebeto y su Banda Patria Chica

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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