It is time to reward the best of the Mexican Regional is one of the most anticipated ceremonies of the year, being Banda MS one of the most nominated in the different categories
It will be next November 10 that the 2021 Radio Awards are finally held, after the last year 2020 they had to be suspended due to the high number of infections due to the Covid-19 virus.
However, recently attended events began to be held and the ceremony where the best of regional Mexican music will be recognized, in addition to the tribute that will be made to artists who have stood out not only in Mexico but around the world, could not be missed.
On stage, 23 to 25 musical numbers will be presented, according to producer Ángel Ponte, while tickets will be free but their delivery will be defined by means of a dynamic that will be announced within the next few days.
José Francisco Garza Durón, better known as Pepe Garza, who is a radio programmer, businessman, composer, and record producer, was the creator of the awards and spoke about the nominations and his taste for the fusion of musical genres.
We are putting all the effort to the nominations, the Mariachi is fashionable and that makes us happy, “said the businessman.
So the 2021 Radio Awards will be held on November 10 at Expo Santa Fe, where the ‘preshow’ will be hosted by Anette Cuburu and Carmen Muñoz, while for the broadcast the drivers will be Chiquis Rivera, ‘El Capi ‘Pérez, Ana Bárbara and Paty Navidad, as well as Pepe Garza.
There will also be a tribute to the famous ‘Charro de Huentitán’, Vicente Fernández, and recognition will be given to the careers of Pepe Aguilar and Aída Cuevas.
Among the nominations is Band of the Year where La Adictiva and Banda MS top the list, in Song of the Year, is ‘La Casita’ by MS, his collaboration with Los 2 de la S with the theme ‘We are what we are’ and even the Latin Pride Prize was also awarded to the MS, competing against Ángela Aguilar, Carín León, and Grupo Firme.
The event will be broadcast in Mexico by Azteca Uno, in the United States by Estrella TV, and in Latin America by Mundo Azteca Internacional.