For more than 40 years, Vicente Fernández has maintained his standing as Mexico’s greatest living singer, coupling an operatic range with a deep understanding of ranchera music’s rural roots. It was the principal song for Televisa’s blockbuster telenovela “Fuego en la Sangre,” which has produced the network’s highest ratings ever. He also won’t perform if he can’t give his best to his fans. Sin embargo, es una fake news, pues el cantante no está muerto. In the dozens of Mexican movies he starred in, Fernández often played a role that suited him perfectly-that of the proud charro, or Mexican cowboy. A ranchera about a macho guy who accepts his guilt in a failed relationship. 1 on the principal Regional Mexican airplay charts. Vídeo oficial en vivo de Vicente Fernández de su tema 'Gracias'. With a tremendous and still-growing discography, a powerful voice and unforgettable music, Fernández pushes the boundaries of mariachi music and influences absolutely everybody. THE LIVING LEGEND GROWS… © He’s influential in the way that he’s shaped the growth and development of ranchera music. It’s a beguiling fusion, and one that only maestros like Vicente Fernández and Joan Sebastian could pull off. XEX exposed him to a nationwide audience. Medios comenzaron a desmentir la noticia. "Estos Celos" ("This Jealousy") is a song written and produced by Mexican singer-songwriter Joan Sebastian and recorded by Mexican performer Vicente Fernández.It was released as the lead single from Fernández's 79th studio album Para Siempre.. Soon, Arriaga and other influential friends convinced him to move to Mexico City, Mexico’s political, business and cultural capital. The honor paid tribute to his artistic achievements and his support of the National Hispanic Scholarship Fund. During that time he performed regularly on the mariachi-themed radio program titled Amanecer Tapatío (Guadalajara Morning). As a singer, Vicente Fernández is at the top of his game. The album’s first single “Éstos Celos” spent over three months at No. In contrast to Frank Sinatra, he says he won’t retire more than once. A few months later, Fernández’s trajectory changed forever. José Luis Fernández participó en películas representando siempre a delincuentes o marginados juveniles. LEGACY But that was soon to change. At age 8 he received a guitar and quickly learned to play it. For decades Fernández had been recognized and honored for his accomplishments in the world of music. Between recording and touring Fernández carved out a place for his family. Staying at the forefront of mariachi music, he released his latest studio album, Necesito de Ti (I Need You), in July 2009, as the title-track first single climbed the charts. Nicknamed "El Rey de la Música Ranchera" (The King of Ranchera Music), Fernández started his career as a busker, and has since become a cultural icon, recording more than 50 albums and contributing to more than 30 films.His repertoire consists of rancheras and other Mexican classics. Cuatro años más tarde, en 2010, otro de sus descendientes murió en Cuernavaca, tras una riña afuera de un centro nocturno. En twitter es donde comenzó a crecer el rumor, acompañado de una imagen de un video donde confirmaban la muerte. It was into this profound artistic void that Fernández stepped in 1966. For his artistic integrity, his tireless dedication, and unending enthusiasm, Fernández will be noted in history books as one of the fundamental and influential pioneers of ranchera music and a towering figure in the evolution of Regional Mexican music. In 2008, his achievements became even more impressive with the release of his live CD/DVD Primera Fila, which was the top-selling musical DVD of the year in the U.S. in any genre. Later in the year, he also won Univision’s Premio Lo Nuestro for Ranchera Artist of the Year, and two Billboard Latin Music Awards. In 2010, Necesito de Ti was awarded the American Grammy for Best Ranchera Album. He won a Latin Grammy in fall 2008, and in 2009 continued his awards-season streak with a Premio Lo Nuestro and a Billboard Latin Music Award. JALISCO ROOTS He garnered a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was inducted into Billboard’s Hall of Fame. “I don’t feel my age. Ultra-modern and completely enclosed, the facility is popular for rodeos, sporting events and concerts. Fans preguntaron: Cuándo murió Vicente Fernández His towering discography comprises over 100 albums. Regional Mexican and Latin pop radio, meanwhile, sent “Me Quedan Todas” to the top of the airplay charts. El "Charro de Huentitán" no murió, ni siquiera está enfermo o en el hospital. Surrounded by an irrigation canal, the ranch has the feeling of a cocoon. And he is a maestro for every aspiring artist. “Vicente Fernández is the (Frank) Sinatra of ranchera music. Not content to just make records and perform live, Fernández also branched out into movies. We enjoy a rhythmic treat on first single “Volcanes Dormidos” (Sleeping Volcanoes), which finds Vicente Fernández incorporating electric guitar into his ranchera music for the first time. So once again – Otra Vez – we salute Vicente Fernández, who is synonymous with studio perfection, vocal passion and an inimitable style. It was a new theme, and it struck a nerve: “Volver, Volver” became a ranchera anthem. A collaboration of virtuosos, Otra Vez marks the second time that Joan Sebastian has produced El Rey – thus the title! Esta semana se esparció por ené Also in 2006, in preparation for Vicente Fernández’s 40th anniversary as a recording artist – Sony Music released a three-CD collection of his greatest hits, titled The Living Legend (‘La Leyenda Viviente’). In 1980 he built a 1,250-acre ranch near Guadalajara, called Los Tres Potrillos (The Three Fillys) in honor of his three sons. By 1975, Fernández was admired by mariachi fans, but he wasn’t yet an iconic figure. In early 1963, his mother, Paula Gómez de Fernández, died of cancer at the age of 47. El día que murió Vicente Fernández. He has headlined Mexico City’s Auditorio Nacional and the Plaza de Toros Mexico to New York City’s Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall. The success of Para Siempre continued with its title track. Artículo. The proof is in his recent achievements, which more typically resemble those of a young, rising star than someone who’s been recording and touring for over 40 years. Dipping into the plentiful well of Vicente Fernández’s greatest moments, Sony Music in 2010 released Un Mexicano en la Mexico, a DVD of his iconic September 15, 1984, concert at Mexico City’s Plaza de Toros bullring. “Vicente Fernández is the (Frank) Sinatra of ranchera music. He also started studying folkloric music. That win gave him the confidence to start performing in restaurants and weddings. The movie’s title song was also a hit for Fernández. Vicente Fernández nació en Huentitán el Alto, Jalisco el 17 de febrero de 1940.Nunca negó su pasado en donde sufrió carencias y al terminar sexto año su padre lo castigó con la actividad de ordeñar vacas por no querer seguir estudiando. Vicente "Chente" Fernández Gómez (born 17 February 1940) is a Mexican retired singer, actor, and film producer.