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Ramón Ayala is a Mexican-American musician who is considered one of the pioneers of modern Norteño music. He was born in Monterrey, Mexico on December 8, 1945, to parents who were both musicians. Ayala’s father was a mariachi singer and his mother played the guitar and sang ranchera music. Ayala began playing the guitar at the age of six and by the age of eight, he was already performing with his father’s band. He later dropped out of school to pursue a career in music.

Ayala’s first big break came in 1964 when he was asked to join Los Relampagos del Norte, a popular Norteño band. With Los Relampagos, Ayala recorded over 30 albums and had numerous hits, including “El Rey,” “La Banda del Carro Rojo,” and “El Corrido de Boxer.” In the 1970s, Ayala formed his own band, Ramón Ayala y Sus Bravos del Norte, and continued to enjoy success with hits like “Tragos Amargos” and “El Chapo de Sinaloa.”

To date, Ayala has released over 100 albums and has sold over 30 million records. He has won numerous awards, including a Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album for his album En Vivo. Ayala has been inducted into both the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame and the International Latin Music Hall of Fame.

Ramón Ayala’s net worth is estimated to be $40 million. He has been married three times and has eight children.

General Info

Full NameRamón Ayala
ProfessionSinger, Composer, Songwriter, Chaparra de mi amor, Casas de madera, Mi Golondrina


ChildrenRamón Ayala Jr., Ramon Ayala Jr., Yesenia Ayala, Chaparra de mi amor, Casas de madera, Mi Golondrina
Parents?Natalia Garza, ?Ramón Covarrubias, Chaparra de mi amor, Casas de madera, Mi Golondrina


AwardsGrammy Award for Best Norteño Album
Music GroupsLos Invasores de Nuevo León, Los Relámpagos del Norte, Chaparra de mi amor, Casas de madera, Mi Golondrina

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La mafia de Nuevo Laredo1991
Domingo corrales1988
Viva el chubasco1983
Aborto: Canta a la vida1983
Los fayuqueros de Tepito1982
Dinastía de la muerte1977Ricardo del Fierro
La venganza de Gabino Barrera1971
La captura de Gabino Barrera1970
El ojo de vidrio1969Acordeonista revolucionario (uncredited)

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Rumbo a los premios furia musical 20042004TV MovieHimself

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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