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Amparo Ochoa

Amparo Ochoa

Amparo Ochoa


María Amparo Ochoa Brown (born Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico - 29 September 1946 - 8 February 1994) was a Mexican singer. Better known as Amparo Ochoa, belonged to a generation of singers that had its origins in the sixties, and emerged from the beginning as the great figure of the nascent Nueva Canción (also Nueva Cancion). Since childhood, said singing at home with his father Don Chano and school events. In 1965 she entered and won a contest in her hometown, with a song called "Hermosísimo Lucero. Read more on Last.fm
María Amparo Ochoa Brown (born Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico - 29 September 1946 - 8 February 1994) was a Mexican singer. Better known as Amparo Ochoa, belonged to a generation of singers that had its origins in the sixties, and emerged from the beginning as the great figure of the nascent Nueva Canción (also Nueva Cancion). Since childhood, said singing at home with his father Don Chano and school events. In 1965 she entered and won a contest in her hometown, with a song called "Hermosísimo Lucero." Since then she used her music to comment/defend social issues, both Mexican and in the rest of Latin-America. Along the 70's, in Mexico protest & music with political themes had a great importance, and those musicians were called "Los Folkloristas", (The Folklorists) In this period, Professor Amparo Ochoa, with beginner Eugenia León and Oscar Chávez where the most important icons of the genre. She is very famous for recording an album for children, among a lot of songs about land reform ( "El Barzón") and Mexican heroes ("Bola Suriana a Emiliano Zapata", "Corrido de Pancho Villa"). Read more on Last.fm.

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