Grupo Bryndis

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Grupo Bryndis
Also known as El Grupo Que Le Canta Al Amor
Origin Cerritos, San Luis Potosi, Mexico
Genres Balada, Tecnocumbia, Grupera, Latin Music
Years active 1983-2016
Labels Sigala (1985–1988)
Fonodiaz (1989–1991)
Disa (1992–2008)
Capitol Latin (U.S. only)
EMI-Televisa (2008–2012)
Universal Music Latin Entertainment (2012–present)
Fonovisa (2012–present)
Members Mauro Posadas
Mauro Posadas Jr
Gerardo Izaguirre
Claudio Montano
Andy Zuniga
Past members Guadalupe Guevara
Juan Guevara
Freddy Solis
Martin Tobias
Tony Solis

Grupo Bryndis is Mexican music band from Cerritos, San Luis Potosí,[1] - though founded in Santa Paula, California in 1983 by leader, guitarist, and songwriter Mauro Posada. The band is a Latin Grammy Award winner. The band performs in the balada[2] tecnocumbia,[3] grupera genres.[4]

Members[edit]

The Grupo Bryndis band members are: Mauro Posadas, songwriter and leader (guitar); Gerardo Izaguirre (bass guitar); Claudio Montano (keyboards); Mauro Posadas Jr. (drums); Andy Zuniga (percussion and lead singer). In March 2010 vocalist Guadalupe Guevara and drummer Juan Guevara left the group due to Musical Differences and As of April, 2010 the band welcomed back their original lead vocalist Tony Solis. The band also welcomed Mauro Posadas Jr. on the drums. As of February, 2012 the band welcomed Andy Zuniga in percussion and 2nd vocals. Tony Solis and Freddy Solis left the group around the end of 2012. As of late 2013, Zuniga became the lead singer for the group.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Alma vacía (1986) with Tony Solis
  • Atrás de mi ventana (1987)
  • Hola (1988) last album with Tony Solis
  • Me vas a extrañar (1990) first album on Fonodiaz and with Guadalupe Guevara
  • Me haces falta (1991)
  • Aun te amo (1992)
  • 15 Hits Romance sin límite (1992) first album on Disa
  • A su salud (1992)
  • Por el amor (1993) - gold status in 1994.
  • Poemas (1994)
  • Tu Amor Secreto (1995)
  • Mi Verdadero Amor (1996)
  • Poemas, Vol. 2 (1996)
  • Así Es El Amor (1997)
  • Un juego de Amor (1998)
  • Por el Pasado (2000)
  • En El Idioma del Amor (2001)
  • Nuestros Éxitos con Trio (2002)
  • Memorias (2003)
  • El Quinto Trago (2004)
  • En Vivo Gira México 2005 (2005)
  • Por muchas razones te quiero (2005)
  • Recordándote (2006)
  • 20 Reales Super Éxitos (2006})
  • Más Que Románticos (2006)
  • 15 Inolvidables de Siempre (2007)
  • 15 Grandes: El Inicio de una Historia (2007)
  • Solo pienso en ti (2007) last album on Disa - Latin Grammy Award
  • La Magía de Tu Amor (2008) first album on EMI (last album with Guadalupe Guevara)
  • Más allá del tiempo y la distancia (2010) with the return of Tony Solis
  • Huele a Peligro (2011) last album with Tony Solis
  • Adicto a Ti (2014) first album on Fonovisa and with Andy Zuniga
  • A Nuestro Estilo (2016)

Selected singles[edit]

Charting singles include "Te Vas con El," "La Última Canción," "Otro Ocupa Mi Lugar," "El Quinto Trago," "Atrás de Mi Ventana," "Te Esperaré," "Quizás Sí, Quizás No," "La Chica del Este," "Perdóname," "Entre Tú y Yo," "Secreto Amor," and "La Chica del Este."

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.billboard.com/artist/303184/grupo-bryndis/biography
  2. ^ Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste, Pablo Vila Cumbia!: Scenes of a Migrant Latin American Music Genre 2013 Page 267 0822354330
  3. ^ M. Bigenho - Sounding Indigenous: Authenticity in Bolivian Music Performance 113711813X 2016 "Young men and women in Yura, dressed “como buen yureños” (as good yureños) in unkus, aymillas, and ajsus,5 danced the night away to the electronic sounds of the likes of Amadeus, Grupo Bryndis, Brothers, and Grupo Maroyu."
  4. ^ Álex Grijelmo - La punta de la lengua: Críticas con humor sobre el idioma y el ... 8403052820 2014 "En México le llaman «música grupera» a la de sus típicos grupos mexicanos del centro (no confundir con los mariachis, ni con los cantantes de rancheras, ni con los norteños). Por ejemplo, el grupo Bryndis, que usa guitarras, teclados e acordeon"