One of the most popular and enduring acts in Latin music, Los Panchos (also known as Trio Los Panchos) began making music together in 1944, and founding member Chucho Navarro was still performing with the group into the early 1990s. Los Panchos helped bring the bolero style to an international audience, and the trio were stars in Mexico and Latin American from the '50s onward. Eternamente Los Panchos: La Historia is a collection that brings together 20 of the group's best-remembered songs from their golden era. Selections include "Rayito de Luna," "Un Siglo de Ausencia," "No, No y No," "Sin un Amor," "No Trates de Mentir," and many more. ~ Mark Deming
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