Vicente "Chente" Fernández Gómez (born 17 February 1940) is a Mexican retired singer, actor, and film producer. ... Te solté la rienda…) y después, mucho después, Vicente Fernández, el popular Chente, que enternece a mujeres y hombres, por igual. This 11,000-capacity area is located on his Los Tres Potrillos (Three Fillys) ranch outside Guadalajara. It was into this profound artistic void that Fernández stepped in 1966. He’s influential in the way that he’s shaped the growth and development of ranchera music. "Vivito y coleando", así se declaró Vicente Fernández luego de una serie de rumores en redes sociales sobre su muerte. El Charro de Huentitán celebró en grande junto a sus hijos y sus nietos su cumpleaños 80. Later in the year, he also won Univision’s Premio Lo Nuestro for Ranchera Artist of the Year, and two Billboard Latin Music Awards. Not content to just make records and perform live, Fernández also branched out into movies. Publicidad. -The Houston Chronicle 10/11/91-, It was early fall 1991 when Vicente Fernández was in Houston, Texas, on another one of his U.S. tours. La noticia es falsa, pero comenzó a viralirzarse en redes sociales. The couple would go on to have four children: Vicente, Gerardo, Alejandro and Alejandra. Cuatro años más tarde, en 2010, otro de sus descendientes murió en Cuernavaca, tras una riña afuera de un centro nocturno. When the subject of retirement comes up, Fernández says he will know when he’s reached his limit. However, some ideas and inspirations have come to me and when that happens, I’ll pick up a pen and jot them down.”. But they all died young – Jorge Negrete at 42 in 1953, Pedro Infante at 39 in 1957 and Javier Solis at 34 in 1966. He’s the supreme singer; the man who does things his way.” The movie’s title song was also a hit for Fernández. He was and continues to be prolific, influential, and ultimately a critical player responsible for shaping the growth and development of the modern ranchera genre. As a pioneer, Vicente Fernández is to Mexican music what Hank Williams is to country, B.B. And he returned with another exciting new studio album – Para Siempre, which within three months of its release was certified RIAA Double Platinum (Latin) in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. He’s regularly topped the charts in Billboard and has been recognized with lifetime achievement awards, hall of fame honors and even a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. He has headlined Mexico City’s Auditorio Nacional and the Plaza de Toros Mexico to New York City’s Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall. Nicknamed "El Rey de la Música Ranchera" (The King of Ranchera Music), Fernández started his career as a busker, and has since become a cultural icon, recording more than 50 albums and contributing to more than 30 films.His repertoire consists of rancheras and other Mexican classics. In a career spanning five decades, Fernández has been awarded every honor and accolade in the entertainment world and beyond. Vídeo oficial en vivo de Vicente Fernández de su tema 'Gracias'. His longevity, his dedication to his craft and his faithful devotion to his fans make him beloved in Mexico and around the world. And he is a maestro for every aspiring artist. El día que murió Vicente Fernández. “Vicente Fernández is the (Frank) Sinatra of ranchera music. ¿Cuándo murió Vicente Fernández?, fue la pregunta hecha por fans y curiosos. But, legend has it, none other than the Aztec god Tlaloc kept the showers at bay, setting the stage for a historic performance. MUSICAL DESTINY 1 on the principal Regional Mexican airplay charts. As the 2010s dawned, Vicente Fernández remained ubiquitous, prolific and always interesting. Mexico’s Premios Oye awarded him three trophies in November 2009. "La Peor De Mis Locuras" Entering his fourth decade of recording, in the 1990s, Fernández continued to add to his canon of classics with hits like “Aunque me Duela el Alma” (1995), “Me Voy a Quitar de En Medio” (1998), and “La Mentira” (1998), the theme song of the popular ranch-centered telenovela. In the early morning hours of April 19, 1966, Javier Solís, the most popular bolero-ranchero singer in Mexico, died from complications following gall-bladder surgery. In 2005 it was the site of the LXI Congress and Vicente Fernández National Charro Championship. "Al Mayor De Los Fernández" (participación especial de Alejandro Fernández y Vicente Fernández hijo) 7. THE LIVING LEGEND GROWS… Soon, Arriaga and other influential friends convinced him to move to Mexico City, Mexico’s political, business and cultural capital. Vicente Fernández nació en Huentitán el Alto, Jalisco el 17 de febrero de 1940.Nunca negó su pasado en donde sufrió carencias y al terminar sexto año su padre lo castigó con la actividad de ordeñar vacas por no querer seguir estudiando. La noticia es falsa, pero comenzó a viralirzarse en redes sociales.
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