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Who is Alan Zamudio?

2024-04-11T13:56:00+00:00
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  • Who is Alan Zamudio?
  • He is a member of Mi Banda El Mexicano.
  • A look at his musical legacy.

In the mid-1990s, a group caused a sensation in Mexico and several other Latin American countries.

Originating from Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mi Banda El Mexicano rose to fame with songs like ‘No Bailes de Caballito’ and ‘Ramito de Violetas.’

One member of this group has been catching fans’ attention for years. So who is Alan Zamudio?

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Mi Banda El Mexicano

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Before getting into details about Alan Zamudio, it’s worth talking a little about Mi Banda El Mexicano.

This group began in the 70s as a rock band, but then in the 80s they started playing Sinaloan music with synthesizers.

It wasn’t until the 90s that they became a ‘technoband’ — and with that came fame.

The most successful lineup included Casimiro Zamudio, Jorge Hopkins, Francisco Vidriales and Germán Román, who would end up fighting with Casimiro.

Now there are two versions of the band

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Not everyone is prepared for success and fame and all that comes with it. In 2001, Mi Banda El Mexicano broke up.

However, this would be the start of a long fight for the rights to the band’s name.

Years later, Su Majestad, Mi Banda El Mexicano de Casimiro Zamudio and Mi Banda El Mexicano de Germán Román would be born.

This is where Alan Zamudio comes into play. Initially he was not very well received by the group’s fans.

Who is Alan Zamudio?

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If there was one reason Alan Zamudio, Casimiro’s son, caught people’s attention when he joined his father’s group, it was because of how he danced.

According to Soy Grupero, his first performance with Mi Banda El Mexicano was on December 10, 2017, in Calvillo, Aguascalientes.

Born on November 29, Alan studied gastronomy at the Culinary Institute of Mexico. He also owns a restaurant called La Mazatleca.

He studied piano as a child.

Alan Zamudio receives a lot of hate on social media

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In an interview with Al Punto Noticias, Alan Zamudio revealed how he deals with the hate he receives on social media.

As mentioned before, it was his dancing that people first noticed about him.

«I thought I wouldn’t last even a day and then after all the ‘cons’ that came with the memes,» he said.

However, Casimiro’s son said that these memes actually helped him improve.

He’s a man of many talents

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According to De10 sports, besides being an musician and chef, Alan Zamudio is a spinning instructor.

Among the comments that were repeated the most in Mi Banda El Mexicano’s videos was that many wanted a job like Casimiro’s son.

«Doesn’t even play the damn maracas,» someone else said without knowing that Alan has been playing the piano since he was little.

Finally, on his official Instagram account, he has 76,000 followers, with whom he has shared 2,500 posts.

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