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The popular former members of one of the biggest Latin boy bands in history, Menudo, come back together for the first time to celebrate 39 years of Menudomania.
Golden Era: René Farrait, Miguel Cancel, Charlie Massó, Ray Reyes
Rock Era: Robert Avellanet, Rawy Torres, Jonathan Montenegro
Last Era: Jonathan Montenegro, Alexis Grullón, Abel Talamántez, Didier Hernández MDO: Daniel René Weider & Pablo Portillo
- 1977: The year that producer Edgardo Diaz assembled a troupe of effervescent Puerto Rican singers into a teen pop group called Menudo, which became one of the most popular acts in Latin pop history and inadvertently kicked off the boy band craze of the…
- …1980s: The entire world catches acute “Menudomania” as the group becomes international radio stars, movie stars, Pepsi pitchmen, and the first boy band to have their own private jet. It’s also the decade that saw the rise of…
- …Ricky Martin: who had a good run with the group from 1984–1989
- 2015: the year the group celebrates its 39th anniversary with a tour packed with nostalgic pop hits such as “Subete A Mi Moto,” “Quiero Ser,” “Claridad,” “Fuego,” “Si Tu No Estas,” “Chiquita,” “Niña Luna,” “Los Ultimos Heroes,” “Historia Del Primer Amor,” “Me Sigue Pareciendo Frio,” “Huele A Soledad,” “Te Quise Olvidar” and many more
- 13: the number of ex-Menudo singers on this tour, including René Farrait, Miguel Cancel, Charlie Masso, Ray Reyes, Robert Avellanat, Rawy Torres, Jonthan Montenegro, Alexis Grullon, Abel Talamantez, Didier Hernandez, Daniel Rene, and Pablo Portillo