La Arrolladora Banda el Limón de René Camacho

Known for their energetic and upbeat music, which blends traditional Mexican music with elements of rock and roll, cumbia, and other genres, La Arrolladora Banda El Limón de René Camacho is a Regional Mexican music ensemble that was founded in 1997 by René Camacho in Mazatán Sinaloa, Mexico. The group was created after René Camacho, who was serving as the temporary musical director of the highly popular Banda El Limón, decided to quit the group citing creative differences with bandleader Salvador Lizárraga. Ever since their debut in 1997 with the album Se Me Cansó el Corazón, they have become one of the most celebrated Regional Mexican acts throughout Latin America thanks to albums like Antes de Partir (1998), Más Allá de Mí (2003), and Más Adelante (2009). The band has achieved widespread success and has won numerous awards, including a Latin Grammy for Best Banda Album in 2011 for their 2010 album Todo Depende de Ti. They have also been nominated for several other Latin Grammy awards, and have won numerous awards from other organizations, including the Premios de la Radio and the Premios Lo Nuestro. In 2022, the Mazatlán combo joined forces with crooner Alejandro Fernández on the single "Nunca Dudes en Llamarme," which rose to Number 3 on the Mexican charts.

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