Adan ?Chalino? Sanchez, son of legendary and internationally acclaimed ?Corrido? singer Chalino Sanchez will make history on Saturday, March 20, 2004 as he becomes perhaps the youngest performer and the first "Banda" music-recording artist to ever headline at the world-famous Kodak Theatre in Hollywood.
The son of world-renowned "Narco Corrido" pioneer Chalino Sanchez, who died tragically in Mexico at the age of 32 in 1992, Adan "Chalino" Sanchez will become perhaps the youngest recording artist in any music genre to headline at the home of the Academy Awards.
Launching his career at barely eight years of age, Adan "Chalino" Sanchez is Southern California's own pride and joy. With four Latin gold albums and an impressive list of accolades, including nine albums and a career that spans a decade of sold out performances in the U.S. and Mexico, Adan "Chalino" Sanchez is now ready to face what may be the biggest challenge of his career, a sold-out performance at the Kodak Theatre.
Since 1994, Adan "Chalino" Sanchez has shared the spotlight with some of Regional Mexican music's top brass in sold out concerts for thousands of fans in some of the country's most important venues, such as Los Angeles, Chicago and Atlanta.
?I don?t think there are enough words to describe what I?m feeling at this time. Getting to perform at this international venue is perhaps one of the biggest dreams ever and to date, the biggest challenge I?ve faced in my musical career,? stated Adan ?Chalino? Sanchez.
Without a doubt, Adan ?Chalino? Sanchez will shine on this grand stage and realize a dream that for many young artists is nothing more than a farfetched and almost unattainable goal. At his current pace, Adan ?Chalino? Sanchez is poised to become one of the strongest and most respected Regional Mexican music idols of the century for many years to come.