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[6 videos] Queen of Ranchera Music! Aida Cuevas @ SF Jazz Center

AIDA CUEVAS is definitely the QUEEN OF RANCHERA!

Her 47 years of performance along with 13 piece Mariachi Aztlán gave a magical show – at the intimate SFJAZZ center – last Saturday on October 8th.

Bonus! Veronica, her uprising daughter and cute little grandson performed. K viva Aida Cuevas!

See 6 amazing videos!

Mexican Ranchera vocalist @AidaCuevas and Mariachi Aztlán perform the Juan Gabriel composition “Yo Creo Que Es Tiempo” during Cuevas’ concert on October 7, 2022 as part of the 2022-23 Season, broadcast on SFJAZZ.

Best ‘Llorona’ song ever in our Bay Area!
Valeria is the daughter of AIDA CUEVAS last Saturday in SF. She’s definitely giving a run – to the famous daughter of PEPE AGUILAR. A truly magical Mexican night @SFJAZZ

See fun photos!

About show!

45th Anniversary / Yo Creo Que Es Tiempo

Oct 06 – Oct 09, 2022 at 7pm
Miner Auditorium
SFJAZZ Center
201 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Flyer:

An artist known widely as the “Queen of Ranchera Music,” and “La Voz de México” (the Voice of Mexico) in her native country, she celebrates her 45th year as a performer.

See official video:

Biography:

A multi GRAMMY nominee and 2x GRAMMY winner is widely as the “Queen of Ranchera Music,” and “La Voz de México” (the Voice of Mexico) in her native country, she celebrates her 47th year as performer with this special show, “Yo Creo Que Es Tiempo” (“I Think It’s Time”), named for her 1983 hit written by her late mentor and producer, pop icon Juan Gabriel.

Much like Ella Fitzgerald’s classic releases for Verve, her “songbook” albums have played a central role in defining Mexican popular music. Over her career, she’s recorded an impressive 41 full-length albums that have sold internationally in excess of 11 million copies. In 2017 released her studio album “Arrieros Somos” (Versiones Acústicas), and became the first female mariachi vocalist to win a GRAMMY (for Best Regional Mexican Music Album).

Her two latest albums (2020 & 2021), Antología de la Musica Ranchera Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, feature her interpretations of the timeless songs made famous by the iconic 1930s ranchera singer Lucha Reyes and both made a GRAMMY nomination.

We want to thank winners of 10 pairs of tickets for Saturday night!

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