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Hailing from Zapata, Texas, Intocable is a Grammy Award winner Tejano/Norteño musical group. The group was founded by some young and energetic musicians like Ricky Muñoz and René Martínez in the early 90's. With a wonderful blend of Tejano's robust polkas and Norteño folk rhythms with a pop balladry, they rose to the top of the Tejano and Norteño fields. Intocale gave their signature music with this unique fusion. Currently, Intocable is regarded as the most influential group in Tejano, and their sturdy and rugged Tejano/Norteño fusion has become the blueprint for dozens of Tex-Mex groups. The group's music has been followed by many great Tejano and Norteño groups because of its quixotic hooky melodies, and tight instrumentation and musical harmony. Few of the followers include Imán, Duelo, Costumbre, Solido, and Zinzerro among others.

Intocable is best known for its four consecutive sold-out nights at Mexico City's prestigious Auditorio Nacional and the group's 2003 headlining performance at Reliant Stadium in Houston, which earned them a over 70,104 fans. They are also credited for playing two sold-out dates at the 10,000-capacity Monterrey Arena in Monterrey, Mexico. It was a unique achievement in itself as Norteño groups typically play large dance halls and seldom arenas, unless it's an all day festival event. Intocable also received eight of Univision's Premio Lo Nuestro awards. In February 2005, the group won their first Grammy Award at the 47th Annual Grammys for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album with "Intimamente".
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Initially, the group faced a tough time despite having a good music and sound. The band's first indie albums could hardly get any returns. They were sailing in the same storm until August of 1994 when their recorded album Fuego Eterno, with new label EMI Latin, hit the charts. Initially, the album was ignored but later public realized the sound and flavor of the music of band when they gave their attention to it. There was an undoubted contribution of music of Ramón Ayalato direct the band on the path of success. Even the band's lead vocalist and accordion player, Ricky Muñoz has said many times that his biggest inspiration is Mr. Ayala, himself. On January 31, 1999, the group suffered a terrible loss and emotional setback in their lives when Jose Ángel Farias & Silvestre Rodríguez and a road manager José Ángel González were killed in an auto accident while moving to to Monterrey, Mexico. Muñoz and the remaining members of the group were badly gashed and spent weeks in a Monterrey hospital. After a six-month layoff, however, the band came back victoriously, supported with a tour behind its comeback album Contigo. The first single "El Amigo que Se Fue" was dedicated to the fallen band members first single paying tribute to them.

The group said once that all they have earned, they've worked hard for. That nothing was ever just given to them. That they are always looking out for that magical song with the right combination of lyrics and music that will make that connection, intrigue and have a huge impact on the life of everyday people. The most notable songs produced by Intocable, "Y Todo Para Qué?", "El Poder de Tus Manos", "Dónde Estás?", "Aire", "La Mentira", "Eres Mi Droga", and "Alguien Te Va A Hacer Llorar", among others.
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