Gabriel and Martiniano Berrelleza, better known to the corrido and sierreno listening public as Los Cuates de Sinaloa, have lived a story as gritty and dramatic as one of their songs. Granted benedición by their mothers, the cousins headed north from their hometown of La Vainilla, Sinaloa, to pursue their careers when each was 14. Landing in Phoenix, the pair were gifted their first guitars, and got their start playing private functions in the community. Innumerable bar gigs and quinceañeras later, the Berrellezas found a manager and plugged into the regional touring circuit. Five years of touring and several independently released records later, Los Cuates de Sinaloa were signed to Sony/BMG in 2006. Their stripped-down acoustic style, consisting of two guitars and electric bass, combined with their controversial and unapologetic ...
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