Details of Timbiriche and the Ticket Luck value
If one has to go through the history of world music and list down bands and artists that became a rage after their very first effort, then a band named Timbiriche will definitely rank prominent in the list.
This Mexican group has taken the world by storm with their music and persona and became one of the most successful Latin pop teen groups of all times.
In 1981, this energetic music group first appeared on the horizon of Latin music. Titled Timbiriche, Spanish name for the game Dots and Boxes, the band was destined to redefine the terms success and stardom in Latin music scene.
The producers of Mexican television network, Televisa introduced this band that comprised of six members; all under the age of eleven. These were Diego Schoening, Paulina Rubio, Alix Bauer, Mariana Garza, Benny Ibarra and Sasha Diez Barroso. Interestingly, all these belonged to the families who ventured in show business either as a musicians or actors.
Timbiriche premiered on television on April 30, 1982 in news broadcast titled Hoy Mismo with Guillermo Ochoa. This was followed by their self-titled LP with musical director Memo Mendez Guiu and creative director Luis de Llano Macedo.
The album created great buzz among music lovers, thus resulting in amazing fan base for the youth-oriented band. In the upcoming years, the band rose to greater heights. However, it has gone through many replacements including Sasha with Thal?a, Benny Ibarra with Eduardo Capetillo and many others in the coming years.
Timbiriche got great acclaim when they appeared in a stage production Vaselina, Greases Spanish version. This teenage version hit all the major cities of Mexico and further increased their popularity. Their albums also continued to rock the charts and they managed to sell millions of records, a landmark for such young band.
While Timbiriche grew on and off the stage, they grew in age as well and their music followed this accordingly. Songs of love, adolescence and hope took place of their earlier songs about growing up, school and the friendships. The start of 1990s brought the end of this group as they disbanded after the release of their album 12.
Although disbanded, Timbiriche remained in the hearts and minds of millions of their fans. Their fans hugely missed the charm and energy they used to infuse through their music and live concerts. However, the summer of 1998 brought back the most loved Mexican group live on stage as they reunited for the show Acapulco '98. The show became a huge success and music lovers welcomed them back with open arms.
Timbiriches next concert was a complete sell-out in 10,000 capacity National Auditorium. It was originally a four day engagement that was later extended to sixteen days, breaking the previous venue record.
This marked beginning of new episode in Timbiriche mania. In the next few years, Timbiriche went on a successful national tour. Based on these, they released a live double album and some singles.
On the occasion of Timbiriche 25th anniversary, in 2007, a tour Timbiriche 25 was launched in all over Mexico and America. Continued till 2008, this tour made headlines in the music circles all over the world. Also, a reality show named Buscando a Timbiriche, La Nueva Banda, was aired on both the countries in which participants competed for the reformation of the band.
Recently, Timbiriche held a massive concert for charity organization ALAS. Although, one or more members of the band are missing during their recent shows, but this does not affect the hype and response they create. The aura of Timbiriche is still the same as before and their music is getting better and better with the passage of time.
Timbiriches live concerts are full of musical madness. They know well how to keep rocking the spirits of audience. You have to watch them live in order to fully enjoy their music. So the next time Timbiriche visit your city, be sure to catch them live!