Bronco is a Mexican grupero band from Apodaca, Nuevo León. Their modern take on regional mexican music in the 1980s and 1990s helped earn them a number of international hits. Band members José Guadalupe Esparza, Ramiro Delgado, Javier Villareal and José Luis “Choche” Villareal crafted a sound that paid tribute to the norteño tradition while incorporating modern instruments like keyboards, as well as a more melodic, pop style with elaborate jumpsuits.
By 1990, Bronco proved that they were gaining large scale fame, in part due to the band’s participation as protagonists of the film Bronco La Película (Bronco: The Movie), in which all four members of the band played a role.
Bronco experienced international fame with help from their international hit Que No Quede Huella (May No Traces Be Left) from their 1989 album A Todo Galope, for which they toured the United States, Puerto Rico, Spain, Argentina, Venezuela, Peru and many other countries. They gained additional fame in 1993, when they acted in the Televisa soap opera, Dos Mujeres, un Camino (Two Women, one Road), alongside Erik Estrada, Laura León, Lorena Herrera, Selena and Bibi Gaytán, among others. In addition to acting, they performed the opening song, which was titled like the show. The CD Pura Sangre, which included the song Dos Mujeres, un Camino, earned gold and platinum records in Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay. All of Bronco’s albums have achieved solid sales in the United States.