At the beginning of the 90s, the terms "pillion wave," "grupero kind," "grupero movement," "banda music" were determined among some of its exponents.
The genre grupero is the name given to a wide variety of exponents in the area of Mexican regional music, as well as being part of other types of rhythmic elements, such as Colombian cumbia, romantic ballads, salsa, la tropical music and, in some cases, mixed hybrid music with the same electronic music elements as Tex-Mex styles
What is Grupera
The first wave of Mexican rock bands started mainly with Spanish versions of popular English rock songs. After this initial phase, they began to include traditional songs of the locals in their repertoire, as well as drums and ballads. Consequently, the 1970s saw the birth of a series of musical groups specializing in romantic ballads and songs that were previously sung with mariachis.
The music of the group is known to be a piece of music based on wind, bronze and wooden instruments and where the musical acts are composed of 10 to 20 groups of musicians. In addition to the longhorn section, the percussion and drums elements were used to make low. Some groups have a lead singer; others have three. The songs are original compositions, versions of stanchions and corridors, or folk music.
The metal section of the Grupera includes trumpets, clarinets, trombones, valves, and sticks grafted saxophones, known as cococha in specific re-gions and tuba, a symbolic genre of the instrument. In a kind of percussion known as drums, bells, and whistles, they are present, but the star is the drum, this huge drum with a plate on the upper deck with which it is sung.
Song of the known Grupera artists include, Joan Sébastien, La Arrolladora banda el Limón de René Camacho, Alejandro Fernandez, Vicente Fernandez, Marco Antonio Soli, Los Ángeles Azules, Alejandra Guzman, El Komander, Yuridia, Jenni Rivera, Ana Gabriel, La Original banda El Limón de Salvador Lizárraga