Flor De Toloache
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Flor De Toloache Win Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album Latin GRAMMY
New York-based Mariachi Flor De Toloache may be one of the most diverse groups playing mariachi out there. Members of the all-female group hail from countries as varied as Mexico, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Australia, Colombia, Germany, Italy, and the United States.
"Oh my God. Oh my God. Thank you very much. Oh my God, I don't even know what to say. Daddy, Mommy, we did it! Thank you very much to the Academy. Thank you. I want to dedicate this to Puerto Rico, to the lovely faces — Titequere Alonso, to Mahelo. Long live Mexico too, to the tradition. Thank you. Thank you to all the women that came before us. All the women that are coming up — we love and support you. Thank you to all of the beautiful women of Flor De Toloache and my family and friends. We love you all. Thank you [to] our fans. Thank you to the Academy. Thank you [to] our producer. Thanks." — Mireya I. Ramos
They previously earned a 2015 Latin GRAMMY nomination for Best Ranchero Album for their self-titled album. At the 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards, they took home their first career Latin GRAMMY win for Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album for Las Caras Lindas.
The other nominees in the category include Majida Issa's Pero No Llorando — Nocturna, Mariachi Herencia De México's Nuestra Herencia, Mariachi Imperial Azteca's Aún Estoy De Pie, and Mariachi Oro De América's 36 Aniversario Mariachi Oro De América.