Los Bukis

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Los Bukis
Also known as Marco Antonio Solís y Los Bukis
Origin Ario de Rosales, Michoacán, Mexico
Genres Latin
Years active 1975 – 1995
Labels Discos Melody, Fonovisa
Associated acts Los Mismos, Marco Antonio Solís
Past members Marco Antonio Solís
Joel Solis
Roberto Guadarrama
Eusebio "El Chivo" Cortez
Jose "Pepe" Guadarrama
Pedro Sanchez

Los Bukis ("The Bukis", buki translates as Little Kid in Yaqui language) was a Mexican music band from Ario de Rosales, Michoacán. It was founded by cousins Marco Antonio Solís and Joel Solís in the 1970s. Their first song was Falso Amor ("False love") and its style became popular in Latin America. Marco Antonio wrote the songs and the album sold one million records in one year earning the album "diamond" status.

Marco Antonio Solís also wrote and produced albums for artists such as Marisela, Rocío Dúrcal, Beatriz Adriana, El Pegasso de Emilio Reyana (now using the name El Pega Pega) and María Sorté. After years of a success with "Los Bukis", Marco decided to pursue a solo career. An agreement was made with the remaining band members, both parties agreed to not make any use of the name buki. The remaining members formed a new band called Los Mismos ("The Same Ones") as in "the same members of Los Bukis". It's attribute they are the best romantic group in Mexico's history.

Band Members[edit]

  • Marco Antonio Solís (Lead Vocals, Guitar 1972–1996)
  • Joel Solis (Guitar, backing vocals 1972–1996)
  • Roberto Guadarrama (Keyboards, Backing vocals, Trumpet 1980–1996)
  • Eusebio "El Chivo" Cortez (Bass 1978–1995)
  • Jose "Pepe" Guadarrama (Keyboards, Percussion, Backing vocals, Saxophone 1988–1995)
  • Pedro Sanchez (Drums 1982–1996)
  • Jose Javier Solis (Percussion, backing vocals 1982–1988)
  • Jorge De Avila (Drums 1972–1982)
  • Enrique "Kike" (Bass 1972–1978)
  • Fidel Arreygue (Bass 1995–1996)
  • Rodolfo "Fito" Luviano (2nd Keyboards 1995–1996)
  • Victor Aguilar (Percussion, Backing vocals 1995–1996)


Studio albums[edit]

Compilation albums[edit]


  • 1986: Las Musiqueras
  • 1990: Como Fui a Enamorarme de Ti


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