About Los Bukis
Mexican band Los Bukis was founded by cousins Marco Antonio Solís and Joel Solís, whose songs popularized grupera music throughout Latin America.
∙ Los Bukis’ 1975 first single, “Falso Amor”—also the title track of their bestselling debut album released later that year—was an instant success on Spanish radio.
∙ In 1982, they recorded the theme song for and starred in the Mexican comedy film Las Musiqueras.
∙ They received three Grammy nominations during their career, including Best Latin Pop Album for their 1991’s A Través de Tus Ojos.
∙ After disbanding Los Bukis in 1996, frontman Marco Antonio Solís pursued a successful solo career with 10 No. 1 singles, and he was inducted into Billboard’s Latin Music Hall of Fame in 2000.
∙ Several group members reunited under the name Los BK’S in 2017, and they performed Los Bukis classics on tour before releasing the 2019 album Tu’ Amor.
ORIGINArio De Rosales, Michoacán, Mexic