Platinum-selling Regional Mexican band Bronco has been making music for 40 years, and they’re showing no signs of stopping.
Finding new life with the addition of José Adán and Rene, sons of founding member José Guadalupe Esparza, the iconic, internationally recognized group is currently celebrating the release of their latest album, Por Más.
Produced by Bronco and Guillermo Gil with arrangements and musical direction by José Adán Esparza, Por Más comprises 15 tracks, bringing together a selection of five new songs as well as elegant revivals of the band’s renowned classics.
Among Bronco’s new originals are “Se Alinearon Los Planetas,” a dreamily romantic collaboration with Mexican pop duo Río Roma, as well as “No Me Fui” and “Soy Rico.” Ricky Muñoz of Tejano/Norteño band Intocable, Manuel Mijares y Los Caligaris join on the new versions of “Voy A Tumbar La Casita,” “A Qué Le Tiramos,” and “Grande De Caderas” respectively.
Together, the first two singles released from the album, “Alguien Mejor Que Yo” and “Quiero Perderme,” have surpassed over 5.5 million views on YouTube.
Bronco began the second leg of their extensive U.S. tour in June, which will see the band hit 25+ cities, including Chicago and New York, through the fall. Additional dates to be announced.