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About Los Madrugadores
Los Madrugadores (English: "The Dawn Risers") were a popular Spanish-language musical group based in Los Angeles, California, USA during the early 1930s heavily influenced by mexican traditional music. Originally a duo of brothers Victor and Jesus Sanchez, the group became a trio after adding musician and radio personality Pedro J. González and eventually adding Fernando Linares to its lineup. One of the most successful acts in its genre, the group recorded over 200 songs for a variety of recording companies, including U (Last.fm)