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Rocio Durcal (Mexico) was an influential singer, songwriter and vocal teacher. She first hit the charts in 1979 with the song He Precio Que Pones, which was composed in partnership with her producer husband. She also composed songs for herself, including the 1973 Top 5 hit El Juego del Comandante. An extensive fan following was established due to the acceptance of common people for her often heartbreaking songs.
In 1994, “He Precio Que Pones” was one of the official songs chosen to represent Mexico in the
Eurovision Song Contest in Luxembourg, as chosen by broadcaster TVAzteca. The song, sung by Lidia Cherriño, became a hit and reached number one in nine countries, including Mexico, Chile, Argentina and Spain, making it one of the most successful Eurovision entries of all time.
I was still so young, I wanted to prove to people that I was not just a girl they could play around with. I got married at 19 and had my children at 20. I went back to school and studied pedagogy, and I dedicated my life to young children,” she said. This year, after a 14-year hiatus, she’s back with another album, titled Rocio, an album of love songs plus a ballad. CORAZÃN A CORAZÃN also includes Estrella Fea (Now It’s Over), a love song for her children, and the new single, Amor (Love), featuring Alejandro Fernández. The album was produced by Arnold Balbuena, a musician from Zacatecas.
Rocio Durcal (Mexico) was an important figure in the story of Mexican popular music. Her performance style was to accompany herself with an acoustic guitar. She released several albums and had a successful show during her career. In 2009, she celebrated her 50th anniversary and released Rocio Durcal En Vivo en Mexico to mark the occasion. She is still active in the radio and television as a singer and television show host.