When he records an album, he spends 12–13 hours in the studio recording up to 18 songs; he takes a day off, then returns for another marathon session of recording another 15 or more songs. Discouraged, he left around 1963 to marry María del Refugio "Cuca" Abarca Villasenor. The Latin Grammy Awards are awarded annually by The Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences of the United States. Fernández has recorded more than 50 albums in 35 years and claims to have recorded 300 more songs, making another 30 albums possible even if he retires. Vicente Fernández Jr. mueve las caderas al ritmo de Shakira ‘El charro de Huentitán’ sorprendió en redes sociales al informar que está de regreso al mundo de la música regional . Asimismo, el hijo mayor del Charro de Huentitán, presumió … Stilistisch wird er häufig mit Pedro Infante oder Jorge Negrete verglichen. His repertoire consists of rancheras and other Mexican classics. 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Der gebürtige Tapatío ist Fußballfan und Anhänger seines Heimatvereins Chivas Guadalajara. Fernández also has an arena in Guadalajara named in his honor, a star placed with his hand prints and name at the Paseo de las Luminarias in Mexico City. Since then his music has expanded rapidly. His first hit movie, for which he did the soundtrack, was 1974's La ley del monte. Born on 17 February 1940[2][failed verification] in the suburb of Huentitán El Alto in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Fernández spent his early years on his father Ramon's ranch on the outskirts of Guadalajara. awards from thirty three nominations.[29]. In 2015, Fernández was awarded his second Grammy Award for Best Regional Mexican Music Album (including Tejano) for the album Mano A Mano – Tangos A La Manera De Vicente Fernández. When he wasn't working, he was auditioning -unsuccessfully— for record companies. He also worked at a young age as a waiter, dish washer, cashier, and finally manager of his uncle's restaurant. 91k Followers, 2,111 Following, 182 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Vicente Fernández Jr. (@vicentefdzjr9) ^[I] Each year is linked to the article about the Lo Nuestro Awards held that year. The album earned him Billboard and Univision's Latin Music Award for Mexican Regional Male Artist of the Year, which he won 5 times from 1989 to 1993. ^[I] Each year is linked to the article about the Latin Grammy Awards held that year. [6][7][8], Fernández sparked controversy after some statements he made during an interview on May 2019 regarding his health. By age 8 he had taken up the guitar and was practicing singing in the style of the ranchera singers he heard on the radio. He stopped acting in 1991. By the end of the night the critics were comparing him to other famous ranchera artists like José Alfredo Jiménez, Jorge Negrete, and Javier Solís. Vicente Fernandez has an extensive discography. 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