Grupo Firme

Grupo Firme is a popular norteño band from Tijuana, Mexico formed in 2014.
Their stylish videos and streaming covers of songs by other Latin artists helped to establish their considerable popularity.
They have received nominations for a variety of awards including Premios Juventud and Premio Lo Nuestro, being the winner in 2021 of the latter in five categories.

Each Members

The group consists of seven members: Eduin Cazares (leader and vocalist), Jhonny Cazares (singer), Jairo Corrales (tuba), Christian Téllez (bass), Joaquín Ruiz (guitar), Dylan Camacho (accordion), and Fito Rubio (drums).

History from beginning

Grupo Firme was founded in 2014 in the city of Tijuana by Eduin Cazares and Jairo Corrales.
They started as an underground norteño group singing improvised and traditional corridos in informal settings.
Their rawness and spontaneity netted viral videos for the songs “Juro por Dios”, “Ni El Dinero, Ni Nada”, and “Pideme”.
They released their debut album Pasado, Presente, Futuro, which included twelve songs, in 2017.
It wasn’t a huge success, but it got them noticed by the music industry.
Other albums followed, including El Barco and En Vivo desde Tijuana: Los Buitrones y Los Firmes, the latter in collaboration with Los Buitres de Culiacán.
The group rose to prominence in 2020 with the singles “Pdeme,” “El Roto,” and “Juro Por Dios.”
Later that year, they toured Colombia and recorded a live album called En Vivo desde Medelln, Colombia. They were nominated for the Premios Juventud in 2020.
They won four Premios Juventud in 2021, as well as five of six nominations for Premio Lo Nuestro.
They won their first Latin Grammy for Best Banda Album for their album Nos Divertimos Lo Grando Lo Imposible on November 18.
The group’s success continued in 2022, when they embarked on a stadium tour called Enfiestados y Amanecidos, which began at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.

Awards and nominations

2020Premios JuventudLa Más PomposaYo ya no vuelvo a tomar y El amor no fue pa’ mí
Nueva generación regional mexicanoGrupo FirmeWon
2021Grupo o Dúo Favorito del AñoGrupo FirmeWon
Mejor Regional MexicanaEl GüeroWon
Álbum del Año Regional MexicanoNos divertimos logrando lo imposibleWon
Mejor Fusión Regional MexicanaEl cambio (Mariachi)Won
Premio Lo NuestroCanción Banda del Año – Regional MexicanoYo ya no vuelvo contigoWon
Canción Norteña del Año – Regional MexicanoEn honor a tiNominated
Colaboración del Año – Regional MexicanoYo ya no vuelvo a tiWon
Canción del Año – Regional MexicanoYo ya no vuelvo (en vivo)

Musical Style & popularity

The band is known for their eccentric outfits and onstage desmadre (or chaos).
They have become a crossover sensation, reaching new heights without losing their Mexican roots.
They’ve collaborated with Camilo and Maluma; they’re the first Mexican band to have an openly LGBTQ member; and, thanks in part to their growing TikTok fan base, they’re only the third Mexican band to have a song enter the Billboard Hot 100, with “Ya Supérame” last October.
People love Grupo Firme because they are breaking barriers and lead a movement.
They are known for building a career on grit and determination, making history in the LGBTQ community, and preparing an impressive stadium return next year.
The group’s goal is to show off their roots and break barriers. They want people’s eyes glued to the stage.
Grupo Firme has become a stadium juggernaut, fiercely independent banda stars from Tijuana keep breaking down barriers in their genre and beyond — and see themselves as the future.

Net worth & sources of income

MemberRoleNet WorthOther Details
Eduin CazLead vocalist$5 millionFounding member of Grupo Firme. Known for his charismatic stage presence.
Joaquín RuizGuitarist$3 millionOne of the founding members. Also composes music for the band.
Alan RamírezTrumpet player$2 millionJoined in 2011. Also plays the saxophone.
Christian TéllezKeyboardist$1.5 millionJoined in 2012. Provides backing vocals as well.
Abelardo VázquezBassist$1 millionJoined in 2014. Plays the bass guitar and provides backing vocals.
Dylan CamachoAccordion$500,000

Future plans

Grupo Firme has released at least two albums so far. Their debut album, titled “Pasado, Presente, Futuro,” was released in 2017 and contains a total of twelve songs.
In 2020, they released another album titled “Viva México Music VIP”.
As for their future plans, Grupo Firme is preparing for an impressive stadium return next year.
Their new North American tour is going on sale for venues such as Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Petco Park in San Diego, NRG Stadium in Houston, AT&T Stadium in Dallas, and more.
The band is run by two people: Eduin Caz, the lead singer, and Isael Gutiérrez, his equal partner who handles all things promotion.
Each show contains every single element that delights a crowd and lasts approximately three hours.

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