For my chapter on Chalino, I spent a lot of time reading the case file on the Coachella shooting. It was here in La Mesa prison that he began to develop his talent for writing narco-corridos. Drug dealing, police brutality, shootings, violence was the world Chalino was describing. Chalino told the stories of men who overcame impossible poverty to survive and develop power, as valientes, and about the reality of dying from the violence in a corrupt system. At eight years old Sánchez lost his father Chalino Sánchez, who was kidnapped and murdered after one of his concerts in Sinaloa, Mexico. His popularity began to rise and he was soon singing in nightclubs to packed audiences of young Hispanic males and their swooning girlfriends.
If not El Chapo Perez's family, the second most likely would be someone insulted in one of his many corrido's. Historically, this music was composed to tell the stories of heroes from the Mexican Revolution or infamous bandits. The machismo culture of the Hispanic males meant trouble for Chalino and a lot of narco-corrido singers after him. Rene escobar, Valdemar's brother was killed on his way to vallarta, a few days earlier Rene had tried to pick chalino in Pueblos unidos. Chalino is one of the first and most famous musicians to sing narcocorridos, a style of music strongly tied to Mexican drug and gang culture, and inherently law enforcement. Quiroz friend Hector El Chapo Perez helped him, later boasting about it claiming that Juana was bad in bed and the kitchen, blemishing the good name of Juana, Chalino's sister.
The corrido Rigo Campos had to been considered disrespectful by Ramon since his well documented history of killing for the slightest offense. I know how knowns who killed Chalino. At the age of 15, Chalino shot and killed one of the several men who had raped his sister four years earlier. As narcocorridos became more popular in Southern California, it became adopted by other artists but remained largely eschewed by major labels. The recording industry continues to honor him with collections of his work and records dedicated to his memory. Chalino Sanchez is a Mexican singer and a songwriter.
On May 16, 1992 Sanchez was killed by a false cop. He had been tortured and severely beaten, and was only recognizable by his family members due to a small tattoo on the heel of one foot. From an early age Chalino experienced tragedies and poverty. He had been accepting jewellery for payment for corridos, so added gold chains and fancy modified pistols to his wardrobe. Such titles include The Crown of My Father , I'm Going to See You , and Homage to My Father. He was stopped in his vehicle when the cop pulled him over and when the cop got to Sanchez he shot him multiple times in the head. He became a folk hero after this event back home in Sinaloa, and the offers came flooding in for him to appear in Culiacan as well as other Sinaloense towns.
You may have material for a whole encyclopaedia, good luck. Anonymous A ver, a ver. He was a trend visionary. After the incident, he left for the United States to stay with an aunt in Los Angeles. Anonymous Seems like a big coincidence but around this time Graciela Beltran's brother was also kidnapped only they never found his body.
The eager, if misplaced, publicity that resulted from this had barely begun to take effect when, on 15 May 1992, Sánchez played an engagement in his home town. At approximately 06:00 in the morning, Chalino's lifeless body was discovered on the side of a road with two gunshot wounds to the back of the head. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate. However, just when his career was taking off, the Los Angeles native died in a fatal car crash in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, which continues to have a deep emotional impact on his fans. And for the people who say these criminals came from poverty as a reason, like they are playing RobinHood is absurd. I was stuck on rap music but gave his music a chance, and learned to appreciate his genius. I believe Jenni's dad Pedro Rivera was involved in some way with Chalino Sanchez.
All was going well until Eduardo Gallegos an unemployed mechanic, out of his noggin on smack and booze, stepped up to the stage to request a song and opened fire at Chalino with a. At least five people were reported shot. In tow were some of his immediate family, Espiridion and Francisco, his brothers, and cousin Carmelo Felix, with some adoring female fans. He was a trend visionary. Seven people were shot in the exchange of gunfire, including a local man named Rene Carranza who bled to death on the way to the hospital.
Sánchez was taken away by these men and the morning afterwards his body was found on the outskirts of town, hands bound, two bullets in the back of his head. On his release from prison in Tijuana he returned to Califas, where the word had reached the streets that Chalino would write you a corrido in return for goods or money. The girlfriend or wife who swooned over Chalino for his rugged good looks, charismatic personality and stage presence, and not particularly his voice, made their boyfriends or husbands jealous, and with hair trigger tempers something was bound to happen sooner or later. He accepted an offer on May 16 th 1992, he returned to Sinaloa and Culiacan, on the promise of twenty thousand dollars for an appearance at Salon Buganvilias in La Presita near Culiacan. Whomever kidnapped him, killed him. He realized that with small embellishments to their stories about how they overcame poor upbringing to become powerful sicario's with the power of life and death over their enemies, that the hard men of the narco world and their penchant for self aggrandizement, that he was onto a winner.
His popularity would become his downfall. Also that they may have been affiliated with or worked for the Sinaloa cartel themselves. Chalino was a straight up gangster. One day at work, Sanchez was introduced to a man by the mane of Angel Parra, who became interested in his musical talents after hearing a small performance. An unlettered immigrant who spoke no English, he virtually singlehandedly created the narcocorrido genre of music, with songs he composed himself that act today as an oral history of the lawless ranchos — villages — of Sinaloa, Durango, Chihuahua and other northwest Mexican states, where impunity and drug trafficking were rife. As Sánchez was not well known among English-speaking authorities, local law enforcement vastly underestimated his fan-base, and were unprepared when more than 15,000 young people jammed the streets to attend the service. Growing up in San Diego and listening to him before he died, I was able to whitness how his legend grew and how he influenced so many of his young and older listeners.
I was the first person in my town to listen to him about 25 years ago because my mother's family is from Sinaloa but not my father's family. They say revenge is a dish best served cold and 4 years later when he was 16, Chalino shot and killed Hector El Chapo Perez at a Mexican Revolution party. Los Arcos night club was the venue. He later emigrated to California to escape Mexican authorities. Anonymous Lo unico que tiene que ver Los quintero con chalino es que las broncas de valdemar contibuyo a familias abriendose con el chapo o con Los arellanos. Chalinos family had received information that something bad would happen to Chalino if he returned to Culiacan. John of God church in.