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Earlier known as 'La Onda Vaselina', OV7 is a Mexico-based Latin pop band that was created in 1989, but did not gain any significant success until the start of the nineties. With many hits taking spots on Latin American charts over a period of more than twenty-three year, the group has made its mark as one of the best pop bands from Latin pop industry. In 2003, they disbanded but united again in 2010. The group has experienced considerable change in its lineup and at present comprises of Lidia Avila, Erika Zaba, Oscar Schwebel, Edo de Mexico, and Mariana Ochoa, all of whom were born and raised in Mexico. Their most successful singles that have also been spotted on charts include Susanita Tiene Un Raton, El Calendrio, Voy Voy Voy, Pnganse Botas, Quitense Tennix, Mexico A Bailar, Perdon, MAs Que Amor, Como eres, Shabadabada, Enloqueceme, desconectate, Educacion Sentimental, Caliedoscopico, No Es Obsesion, Vuela Mas Alto, Extragrande, Tus Besos, Te Quiero Tanto Tanto, Aunque Tanto Tanto, Mirame A Los Ojos, Hoy, Sube y Baja, Jam, Rush, Love Colada, Shake Shake, Te Necesito, Aum Aum, Magia, En Algun Lado, and Confieso, among others. With the passage of time, OV7 tickets have become quite a treat among a variety of music fans across different countries as well as genres.
OV7 was part of the trend that was begun in the eighties by the pop group called Timbiriche. Soon enough, Mexican producer and singer Jelissa decided to come up with her version of Vaselina or Grease when the season finished. She then formed her own band based on the play so that following the development of 'Timbuktu', she created "La Onda Vaselina'. Some time after recording their hit debut album that included the singles Triste Es El Primer Adios and Que Buen Reventon, both of which, turned out to be huge hits at the start of the nineties. This initial album sold more than a hundred thousand copies which was followed by rigorous touring and another album called Onda Vaselina 2. The latter too took Latin pop lovers by storm, becoming one of the most successful offerings on the nineties in Mexico that were counted among popular hits under public property alongside the likes of Voy Voy Voy and El Calendario. The band soon released their third album titled Dulces Para Ti, after which they issued a string of live shows in Mexico City's biggest main venues. The album's most successful songs were Tu Seras Mi Baby, La Llorona Loca, and Teatro Aldama.
Fourth album by OV7 came to be a regional Mexican music album called La Banda Rock, the biggest hit from which was the single Ponganse botas quitense tennis. This release was followed by a long break after which the band returned with a more matured sound that was fit for adolescent crowds. They released Hoy which was meant for teenagers, featuring alternative rock tunes combined with pop, where their bold text Hits included perdon and Que Sube Que Baja. However, the offering did not bring the expected results because of which the band decided on taking another long break that they also considered to be a split.
By 1998, OV7 made a big return with an album that made history on Mexican charts. The album titled Entrege Total, brought the band to the number one spot on charts in Mexico as well as all of Latin America with hits like Te Quiero Tanto Tanto, Mirame A Los Ojos, and Un Pie Tras Otro Pie. Among these the latter most reached top of Billboard Latin charts and is still played on weddings and in clubs all over Latin America. After this release, the band toured, appearing four times at Auditorio Nacional, while alongside they were also busy issuing the album Vuela Mas Alto. Still undertaking major tours, they have established their reputation for performing live. Their upcoming Latin pop concert is one not to be missed so get busy grabbing some OV7 tickets and be there to enjoy a romantic evening filled with tingling Latin music.