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Bronco came together in 1982, formed by a group of friends in Apodaca, Nuevo Leon, in Mexico. The lead singer, Jose Guadalupe, Esparza, became known for his distinct vocals and his abilities as a composer. He is joined by Ramiro Delgado, Javier Villareal, and Jose Luis Choche Villareal. The band's music was reminiscent of traditional Norteno music, but had its own modern beat and pop sound.


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Bronco


Bronco crafted a sound that paid tribute to the Norteno tradition while incorporating modern instruments like keyboards, as well as a more melodic, pop style with elaborate costumes.


The Start of Something Big


Bronco came together in 1982, formed by a group of friends in Apodaca, Nuevo Leon, in Mexico. The lead singer, Jose Guadalupe, Esparza, became known for his distinct vocals and his abilities as a composer. He is joined by Ramiro Delgado, Javier Villareal, and Jose Luis Choche Villareal. The band's music was reminiscent of traditional Norteno music, but had its own modern beat and pop sound.


In 1985, the band released their first album, Sergio El Bailador (Sergio the Dancer). The title track from the album became a hit and helped build them the beginning of a fan base. Bronco released three more albums in the 1980s; their 1989 album, A Todo Galope, included the single, Que no Quede Huella (May No Traces be Left), which brought the band international fame. Their base in the United States was as solid as that in Mexico, with the band appealing primarily to the Mexican American population.

Building Momentum

With a solid foundation set by their recordings of the 80s, Bronco launched a tour of the United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Spain, Argentina, Venezuela, and Peru, and more. The massive tour and the multitude of performances all over the world further clinched the devotion of their fans. Despite the aggressive tour, the band continued to record. They released eleven albums in the 1990s, which produced multiple hit singles from each album.

Adding to their fame, and steering their careers in a slightly different direction, Bronco began starring in the Mexican television drama, Dos Mujeres, Un Camino (Two Women, One Road), alongside Erik Estrada of the police sit-com, Chips, Selena Quintanilla, the famous singer who was murdered when she was 24 years old. They also wrote and performed the theme song for the show.

Surviving amid Diversity

In 1997, lead singer Esparza announced he was leaving the band, and the band broke up. However, in 2003, The band announced their comeback. Due to copyright issues with their ex-manager, they dropped the name, Bronco in Mexico, and renamed the band El Gigante de America, a nickname given to them by the public in the 80s and 90s. The group still uses the name, Bronco, for international concerts, where copyright laws do not apply.

The band has released seven albums in the 2000s so far, with the last album, El Mundo No Se Detiente, being completed in 2009. To date, Bronco has sold over 10 million albums. Their fan base remains solid, with frequent searches and download requests at various music sites on line.

Did you know . . .

  • The album containing the theme song to the series Dos Mujeres, Un Camino earned the band gold and platinum records in Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, and Bolivia, as well as in Mexico.
  • The name the band chose to use in 2003, El Gigante de America, means America's Giants, a name given to them by their fans.
  • Bronco enhanced their Norteno sound with keyboards, an instrument not present in traditional Norteno music.
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