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El Palomo Y El Gorrion

About El Palomo Y El Gorrion

El Palomo y El Gorrion were, in actuality, two brothers from Nuevo Leon, Mexico: Miguel and Cirilo Luna. The brothers started singing together when they were nine and 10 years old, respectively, in local markets and truck stops. By the end of their 42-year career, they had composed songs that were interpreted by the great Lola Beltran and recorded a consistent stream of hits alongside greats like Cornelio Reyna, Ramon Ayala and los Tigres del Norte.

Listen toEl Palomo Y El Gorrionon Rhapsody

El Palomo y El Gorrion were, in actuality, two brothers from Nuevo Leon, Mexico: Miguel and Cirilo Luna. The brothers started singing together when they were nine and 10 years old, respectively, in local markets and truck stops. By the end of their 42-year career, they had composed songs that were interpreted by the great Lola Beltran and recorded a consistent stream of hits alongside greats like Cornelio Reyna, Ramon Ayala and los Tigres del Norte.

About El Palomo Y El Gorrion

El Palomo y El Gorrion were, in actuality, two brothers from Nuevo Leon, Mexico: Miguel and Cirilo Luna. The brothers started singing together when they were nine and 10 years old, respectively, in local markets and truck stops. By the end of their 42-year career, they had composed songs that were interpreted by the great Lola Beltran and recorded a consistent stream of hits alongside greats like Cornelio Reyna, Ramon Ayala and los Tigres del Norte.

About El Palomo Y El Gorrion

El Palomo y El Gorrion were, in actuality, two brothers from Nuevo Leon, Mexico: Miguel and Cirilo Luna. The brothers started singing together when they were nine and 10 years old, respectively, in local markets and truck stops. By the end of their 42-year career, they had composed songs that were interpreted by the great Lola Beltran and recorded a consistent stream of hits alongside greats like Cornelio Reyna, Ramon Ayala and los Tigres del Norte.