Norteño musician with four Grammys and a five-decade career croons hits including “Ya No Llores” and “Un Rinconcito En El Cielo”
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How you know Ramón Ayala: as one of the world’s foremost norteño musicians
How else you might know him: as the “King of the Accordion,” or one-half of Los Relámpagos del Norte with the late Cornelio Reyna
How Ayala spent the 1960s: touring along the migrant worker trail from California to Florida, cutting nearly 20 albums, and essentially inventing contemporary norteño music
How Ayala decorates his mantel: it’s safe to assume his four Grammys are up there
How he gets crowds dancing: with tunes such as “Ya No Llores,” “Un Rinconcito En El Cielo,” “Chaparra de Mi Amor,” and “Solo Una Patada”
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