Mexican musicians who were born in 1974

Here are 10 famous musicians from Mexico were born in 1974:

Cristian Castro

Cristian Castro (December 8, 1974 Mexico City-) a.k.a. Christian Castro, Cristian, Christian, Cristian Sáez Castro, Cristian Valdez, El Gallito Feliz or The Happy Little Rooster is a Mexican singer.

His albums include Lo mejor de mí, 3' EP, Azul and More, Grandes exitos, Grandes Hits, Hoy Quiero Soñar, Lo Mejor de Mi, Mi vida sin tu amor, Super éxitos and Cristian. Genres he performed: Ballad, Latin pop, Bolero, Heavy metal, Pop rock and Album-oriented rock.

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Eduardo Verástegui

Eduardo Verástegui (May 21, 1974 Xicoténcatl, Tamaulipas-) also known as Eduardo Verastegui, eduardo_verastegui, Jose Eduardo Verastegui Cordoba, Edward Verastegui, José Eduardo Verástegui or José Eduardo Verástegui Córdoba is a Mexican singer, model, actor and film producer.

His albums: Eduardo Verástegui.

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Rosalía León Oviedo

Rosalía León Oviedo (July 14, 1974-) a.k.a. Rosalia Leon Oviedo is a Mexican singer.

Born in the state of Veracruz, Rosalía León Oviedo developed a love for music at a young age. She began singing in church choirs and local festivals, eventually making her way to the Mexican music scene in the 1990s. Rosalía has released several albums throughout her career, including "Rosalía" and "Más Que un Recuerdo". Her music is a blend of traditional Mexican genres such as ranchera and mariachi, as well as pop and contemporary influences. In addition to her music, Rosalía is also known for her philanthropic work, particularly in supporting education and healthcare initiatives in her home state.

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Gabriel Pareyon

Gabriel Pareyon (October 23, 1974 Zapopan-) is a Mexican composer and musicologist.

Genres he performed: Contemporary classical music.

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Graciela Beltrán

Graciela Beltrán (December 29, 1974 Costa Rica, Sinaloa-) also known as La Reina Del Pueblo, La Reina de la Banda or La Pochita de Sinaloa is a Mexican singer-songwriter and actor.

Discography: Las Reinas Del Pueblo, La Reina Del Pueblo Con Banda, , , , Rancherisimas Con Banda, , , and . Genres: Banda, Latin pop, Mariachi and Tejano music.

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Enrico Chapela

Enrico Chapela (January 29, 1974 Mexico City-) also known as Enrico chapela is a Mexican , .

composer, guitarist, and conductor. He began his musical studies at the National Conservatory of Music in Mexico City before attending the California Institute of the Arts in the United States. Chapela's music is known for its synthesis of diverse styles and influences, ranging from traditional Mexican folk music to experimental electronic music. He has received numerous awards and commissions, including a Latin Grammy nomination, and has collaborated with a variety of ensembles and musicians around the world. In addition to his work as a composer, Chapela is also an advocate for music education and has taught at institutions including New York University and the Mexican Center for Music and Sound Arts.

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Pablo Montero

Pablo Montero (August 23, 1974 Torreón-) a.k.a. Montero, Pablo, Óscar Daniel Hernández Rodríguez, Oscar Daniel Hernández Rodríguez or Oscar Daniel Hernandez is a Mexican singer, singer-songwriter and actor.

Discography: Con La Bendición De Dios, Que Voy Hacer Sin Ti, , ¡La Diva En Vivo!, A Toda Ley and Gracias… Homenaje A Javier Solis. His related genres: Ranchera and Latin pop.

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Julián Bonequi

Julián Bonequi (December 27, 1974-) is a Mexican , .

Julián Bonequi (December 27, 1974-) is a Mexican musician, producer, and curator. Born in Mexico City, Bonequi has been involved in the experimental music scene since the late 1990s. He is best known for his work as a drummer, but has also released a number of solo recordings featuring sounds sourced from his various travels throughout Mexico and beyond.

In addition to his musical career, Bonequi has curated numerous events and exhibitions, including the 2017 Sound Art Mexico festival. He is also the founder of Audition Records, a label that specializes in avant-garde and experimental music.

Bonequi has performed and collaborated with a number of notable musicians and artists, including Arto Lindsay, Eugene Chadbourne, and Charlemagne Palestine, among others. He has also written for several music publications and is a regular contributor to The Wire magazine.

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Fabián Robles

Fabián Robles (April 16, 1974 León-) also known as Fabian Robles or Robles, Fabián is a Mexican actor.

He began his acting career in 1998 with the Mexican telenovela "Soñadoras". Since then, he has appeared in several Mexican TV series, including "La Madrastra", "Rebelde", and "Soy Tu Dueña". His film appearances include "Km 31: Kilometer 31" and "Sleep Dealer". In addition to acting, Robles has also worked as a voice actor and dubber for Mexican television. He is known for his talent in performance and his versatile acting skills. In his personal life, Robles is married and has two children.

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Gustavo Cárdenas Ávila

Gustavo Cárdenas Ávila (April 30, 1974 Celaya-) also known as Jan is a Mexican singer and actor.

His albums include Tierno.

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