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Alejandro Fernandez is the kind of guy with whom you could hole up in a $3 million dollar home in the high desert and talk about your feelings all night. He'd do it and he'd be into it -- at least that's the impression you get from his gentle, soulful pop and occasional mariachi forays. The guy hasn't got a mean bone in his body, and he's got a discography to prove it.

One of Mexico's most famous performers of romantic songs, ballads and traditional mariachi favorites, Alejandro Fernandez has played New York's Madison Square Garden and routinely sells out Mexico City's Auditorio Nacional (once for 12 dates within three weeks). He debuted with a self-titled 1992 album on Sony Discos and continued to sell millions of records for CBS/Sony over the course of half a dozen albums in as many years. His album roster includes 1993's Piel de Nina, 1995's Que Seas Muy Feliz, and 1997's Muy Dentro de Mi Corazon and Me Estoy Enamorando. Mi Verdad followed in 1999 and Entre Tus Brazos was released a year later. At the first annual Latin Grammy Awards in fall 2000, Mi Verdad won Best Regional Song.
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While most Latin acts talk about crossovers from Spanish to English, Alejandro is one of only a handful of artists that have managed to become a superstar by crossing over from the world of traditional ranchera music to the world of pop. That duality began in 1997 with "Me Estoy Enamorando," a collaboration with producer Emilio Estefan that sold 3 million copies worldwide and established Alejandro as an international star.
Now, a newchapter is about to be written in Alejandro's story with the release of A Corazón Abierto (With An Open Heart) his third foray into pop [the second was "Entre Tus Brazos" in 1999] and decidedly, his most personal album ever.

As adventuresome as it is romantic, A Corazón Abierto reunites Alejandro with Grammy-winning producer and songwriter Kike Santander, who penned his greatest hits from "Me Estoy Enamorando." But it also finds him singing the songs of a bold new generation of songwriters, including Gian Marco (Marc Anthony, Gloria Estefan), Leonel García—one half of pop duo Sin Bandera--, Reyli Barba (former member of pop band Elefante) and Mexican group Tres de Copas.
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