Amalia Mendoza

La Tariácuri

(1923-2001), also known as "La Tariácuri," was a prominent Mexican singer of ranchera music. Born in Huetamo, Michoacán, Mendoza became one of the most iconic voices of the ranchera genre during the 1950s and 1960s. Her career took off with songs like "Amarga Navidad" and "Échame a mí la culpa," which became classics. Known for her powerful voice and emotional performances, she worked with important composers such as José Alfredo Jiménez and Cuco Sánchez. Amalia Mendoza left a lasting legacy in Mexican music, being one of the country's most beloved and remembered performers.

3 Albums
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