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June 19, 2007 Singer Vicente Fernandez has long been Mexico's king of mariachi music. A new, bilingual boxed CD set celebrates four decades of his work, just as he makes his biggest U.S. tour ever.
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May 11, 2007 The Mexican singer Vicente Fernandez has been compared to Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley. He's not a household name for most Americans, but on his current tour through California, he's packing in crowds at big venues. For his fans, Vicente Fernandez is a living legend. Now, with a new bilingual box coupled with his biggest U.S. tour ever, Fernandez is attracting new fans on this side of the border.
August 8, 2006 The man hailed as Mexico's greatest Ranchera singer, Vicente Fernandez, has a new retrospective collection hitting stores shelves on Tuesday. It's called The Living Legend. Musician and Day to Day contributor David Was has a review.
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