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Trío Calaveras

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Trio Calaveras
Also known asEl Trio Calaveras,
Trio Los Calaveras
OriginMexico City, DF, Mexico
GenresTraditional Mexican music
Years active1931–present
LabelsPuchito
WebsiteTrio Calaveras
MembersJose de la Cruz Pacheco (lead)
Jose Luis Garcia Rosales
Luis Miranda Neri

Trío Calaveras is a Mexican guitar and vocal trio, notable for its performances and recordings with the pop singer Jorge Negrete.

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History

Calaveras, in Spanish, means "skulls".

The original members of the trio in the 1930s were Guillermo Bermejo (died 2002), his brother Miguel Bermejo (died 1996) and Raúl Prado (died 1989).[1] Guillermo Bermejo left the Trio and moved to Argentina in 1945 his brother replaced him with Pepe Saldivar (died 1975).

There are conflicting rumors that Prado had a brief marriage with Mexican actress María Félix, but no concrete evidence has emerged that the marriage ever took place. Most of the rumors agree in claiming that Prado and Félix allegedly got married in 1943 after meeting on the set of The Rock of Souls and separated two months after the wedding. Mexican writer Enrique Serna interviewed the last survivor of the trio, Miguel Bermejo, who told him he was a witness to the wedding.[2] Prado's niece María Escalera also corroborated the marriage, saying that the marriage ended when Agustín Lara sent Félix a white piano as a gift, and "Raúl threw her out — with the piano. They later divorced. So, it appears, María Félix was my tía política [aunt-in-law]."[3] In his book about Félix María Félix: 47 pasos por el cine, Paco Ignacio Taibo I wrote about the marriage as factual, saying "While filming this movie, María would meet Raúl Prado, a member of the Los Calaveras trio. After a quick courtship they got married and shortly after they divorced. This is one of the most carefully protected chapters of the star's life. María's friends keep claiming that it was crazy."[4][5] Prado's obituary on the Spanish newspaper El País in April 1989 reported the marriage as factual,[1] as did some obituaries of Félix's, such as the one in Argentine newspaper La Nación, the latter which only cited "a biography" as a source.[6] It is known that Félix vehemently denied ever having married Prado. Serna, who also interviewed Félix, said "On our first meeting I asked her about her marriage to Raúl Prado (which she denied until the end) [...] and she told me that if I was going to go on with those lies, we were not going to be able to work on the book."[2]

References

General references

  • Mexico y Su Música Roberto Villoro 1967

Inline citations

  1. ^ a b "Raul Prado, fundador del Trío Calaveras" [Raul Prado, founder of the Trío Calaveras]. El País (in Spanish). 10 April 1989. Retrieved 28 September 2020.
  2. ^ a b Martínez, Myrna L. (8 April 2014). "Creyó ser María Félix" [She thought she was María Félix]. El Financiero (in Spanish). Retrieved 28 September 2020.
  3. ^ Delgado, Manuel Ruben (2009). The Last Chicano: A Mexican American Experience. AuthorHouse. p. 292. ISBN 978-1-4490-1415-5.
  4. ^ "Amores Secretos / María Félix" ["Secret Loves / María Félix"]. Reforma (in Spanish). vLex. 16 July 2017. Retrieved 28 September 2020.
  5. ^ Taibo, Paco Ignacio (2008). María Félix: 47 pasos por el cine (in Spanish). Bruguera. p. 41. ISBN 978-970-710-345-0. Filmando esta película, María conocerá a Raúl Prado, integrante del trío Los Calaveras. Después de un noviazgo rápido se casan y poco después se divorcian. Éste es uno de los capítulos de la vida de la estrella más cuidadosamente protegidos. Los amigos de María siguen afirmando que aquello fue una locura. ["While filming this movie, María would meet Raúl Prado, a member of the Los Calaveras trio. After a quick courtship they got married and shortly after they divorced. This is one of the most carefully protected chapters of the star's life. María's friends keep claiming that it was crazy."]
  6. ^ "A los 88 años falleció la actriz mexicana María Félix" [At the age of 88, Mexican actress María Félix passed away]. La Nación (in Spanish). 8 April 2002. Retrieved 28 September 2020.

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