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About Los Acosta

Los Acosta first met each other in a music conservatory in 1979. After spending years experimenting with all musical styles -- including rock 'n' roll and mambo -- the group recorded and released its first album in 1988. Over the years they've become known and loved for their grupero style, which sets traditional Mexican music against electric instruments and allows them to do what they love best: play an eclectic mix of pop, bolero, cumbia and norteno.

Listen toLos Acostaon Rhapsody

Los Acosta first met each other in a music conservatory in 1979. After spending years experimenting with all musical styles -- including rock 'n' roll and mambo -- the group recorded and released its first album in 1988. Over the years they've become known and loved for their grupero style, which sets traditional Mexican music against electric instruments and allows them to do what they love best: play an eclectic mix of pop, bolero, cumbia and norteno.

About Los Acosta

Los Acosta first met each other in a music conservatory in 1979. After spending years experimenting with all musical styles -- including rock 'n' roll and mambo -- the group recorded and released its first album in 1988. Over the years they've become known and loved for their grupero style, which sets traditional Mexican music against electric instruments and allows them to do what they love best: play an eclectic mix of pop, bolero, cumbia and norteno.

About Los Acosta

Los Acosta first met each other in a music conservatory in 1979. After spending years experimenting with all musical styles -- including rock 'n' roll and mambo -- the group recorded and released its first album in 1988. Over the years they've become known and loved for their grupero style, which sets traditional Mexican music against electric instruments and allows them to do what they love best: play an eclectic mix of pop, bolero, cumbia and norteno.