Garibaldi (group)

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Garibaldi was a Mexican pop group, who wore a free version of the traditional charro costume while singing modern version of traditional songs. Their dress and style of music caused controversy in their time. The name Garibaldi comes from Plaza Garibaldi in Mexico City where mariachi bands can be found.The group remained active from 1988 through 1994. The group was created by Mexican TV producer Luis de Llano Macedo during the celebration of the 175 years of Mexican Independence in the musical festival held in Acapulco, Guerrero.

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Reunion[edit]

In 1999 the group reunited to record Reunion 10, in celebration of their 10 years from their commence. The group was dissolved months later after a mild reception from the public.

In 2010 the group reunited for a second time to record Garibaldi Bicentenario, in celebration of the 200 years of Mexican Independence. However two of the original members abandoned the reunion project. At first Víctor Noriega did not appear in the production release citing work exhaustion due to the completion of a recent soap opera. Patricia Manterola followed citing other work commitments as the cause of her departure. The remaining six members did perform a tour throughout Mexico and USA including the celebration of the independence day at the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas on September 17, 2010.

Members[edit]

Original members, and their occupations:

Replacement members, and their current occupations are:

Films[edit]

Discography[edit]

  • 2010: Bicentenario
  • 1999: Reunion 10
  • 1998: Garibaldi XXI
  • 1995: Miami Swing
  • 1994: Caribe
  • 1993: Gritos De Guerra, Gritos De Amor
  • 1993: Dónde Quedó La Bolita (Original Soundtrack)
  • 1991: Nochebuena
  • 1991: Los Hijos De Buda
  • 1990: Que Te La Pongo
  • 1988: Garibaldi

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Garibaldi-Reunión X", El Universal, March 6, 2001 (English)
  3. ^ "Steve Mayer a former singer and dancer with the popular Mexican pop group Garibaldi and producer of the show said the idea surfaced while out with friends ..." Hayward, Susana, "For women only, Mexican stars baring all in wildly popular show", San Antonio Express-News, August 13, 1999
  4. ^ "Profesorka sexu" Archived 2012-03-12 at the Wayback Machine., Báječná žena, February 5, 2008 (English)
  5. ^ a b Ryon, Ruth, "TV Angel Finds a Perch in the Hills", Los Angeles Times, April 29, 1999
  6. ^ "Patricia Manterola cheerfully acknowledges that's pretty much correct in her ... of teenpop group Garibaldi. Manterola has been busy with a pop solo career ..." Burr, Ramiro, "Patricia Manterola wants to break mold", San Antonio Express-News, August 25, 2002
  7. ^ "Just ask Mexican singer Pilar Montenegro, who owns the supple voice behind the ... As a teen, she became part of Garibaldi, a song- and-dance group that ..." Tarradell, Mario, "MONTENEGRO TAILORED HIT SONG TO TWO AUDIENCES", South Florida Sun, May 2, 2003
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