The last singer of the great bolero romántico generation
You heard him with Los Tres Ases 1960-1966. Hear him again!
Winner of the 2004 Illinois Arts Council Fellowship
Award for his contributions to the arts in the state of Illinois, bolero
musician Gustavo López rose to national prominence in Mexico with
Trio Los Angeles (Vik Records) before replacing Marco Antonio Muñiz
in the legendary trio Los Tres Ases (RCA Victor) (1960-1966), and playing alongside Juan Neri and Héctor
González in one of the best-known bolero trios in the world. After
1968, he launched a solo career and was once listed among the eleven best
voices in Mexico. In 1970 he moved to Chicago to continue his solo career.
In 1988, he won first place in the OTI Festival in Detroit. After working
for a few years with Trio San Pedro in California he returned
to Chicago and joined Trio Los Duques with whom he still
performs on occasion besides his solo work.
Gustavo Lopez's NEW CD
"Con Mi Voz y Mi Guitarra"
Click on the cover to buy
or listen to samples