For the latest edition of GRAMMY Rewind, watch Mexican icon Vicente Fernández's heart-warming acceptance speech thanking his fans for their long-time support after winning his first-ever Latin GRAMMY in 2002.
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That year, Fernandez was also named the Latin Recording Academy's Person Of The Year. To date, the King of Ranchero Music has won eight Latin GRAMMYs and three GRAMMYs.
Since his first win, Fernandez has made special moments at the Latin GRAMMYs. During the 20th Latin GRAMMY Awards, Fernández and his fellow superstar ranchera singer son, Alejandro Fernández, and his grandson, Alex, shared a show-stopping moment with their three-generational performance. After the powerful moment, the elder Fernández was honored with the Latin Recording Academy's President's Award.
Watch the full speech above, for Best Ranchero Album for 2001's Más Con El Número Uno at the 3rd Latin GRAMMY Awards in 2002.
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