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Los Claxons Tickets

Los Claxons Tickets
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Los Claxons is a Mexican rock band from Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. Formed by members Sánchez (vocals, guitar), Nacho (vocals, guitar) and Cholo (electric guitar) in 2002, the band didn't begin to perform formally until 2004. Pablo González (bass) joined the lineup late in 2005 and Cesareo became the band's permanent drummer in 2009. Los Claxons released their first studio album, titled Sin ganga, under the independent Mexican label Movic Records in 2005. The band successively gathered fans by means of word of mouth and presence in social networks such as Myspace. Their fan base grew further in 2005 after presentations in several important Mexican cities and their performance in Monterrey as an opening act for Argentinian pop singer Diego Torres. Following a redistribution of their debut album by Warner Music in 2006, Los Claxons released their second studio album En primera in September 2007. The album included 14 new tracks, including the band's first single Plan perfecto, which received substantial radio airplay in Mexico and was made available for free download on their label's website. In November 2008 Los Claxons opened for American pop-rock band Maroon 5 in concerts played in Guadalajara, Monterrey and Mexico City, which allowed them to further broaden their audience. In 2009, Cesareo became the band's official drummer and the release of a third studio album was announced for later that year. A single titled Tal vez me estoy tomando el pelo was released in January 2010, with their eponymous third album Los Claxons finally being released on May 25, 2010. The album reached the top spot on the iTunes store in Mexico immediately upon its release. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.