World Music & Jazz
Aida Cuevas has created one of the most important careers in traditional Mexican music. With a 42-year career and 39 album releases to her credit, Cuevas, dubbed “The Queen of Mariachi”, is an esteemed figure in Mexico, beloved for her unswerving devotion to traditional mariachi music and for her mastery of its demanding vocal forms. Cuevas celebrates a long-lasting career with a GRAMMY® award, a Latin GRAMMY® award and seven Latin GRAMMY® nominations in the “Best Mariachi/Ranchero Album” category.
Cuevas became the first female singer in the mariachi genre to win a GRAMMY® when she was
Cuevas’ latest release Totalmente Juan Gabriel Vol.
Cuevas is a master of the mariachi art song performing a full range of mariachi numbers, including the falsetto heavyweight El Pastor, the iconic Juan Gabriel hits Te Doy Las Gracias, Te Vas a Quedar Con Las Ganas and Quizás Mañana, as well as new songs from Totalmente Juan Gabriel Vol. II, including Gracias Por Todo, Cada Vez, Cada Vez, and Buscando el Séptimo Amor. Cuevas also performs many ranchero classics such as Traición a Juan, and the José Alfredo Jiménez compositions Me Equivoque Contigo and No Me Amenaces. Her unique voice and style have allowed her to cultivate a successful career spanning decades, leaving a remarkable imprint in the history of Mexican music.
IMG Artists congratulates it's winners at the 2018 Grammy® Awards. Conductor Manfred Honeck won awards for his recording of Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5; Barber: Adagio with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for both Best Orchestral Performance and Best Engineered...