Conjunto Primavera were founded on March 21, 1978 (by saxophonist Juan Domínguez in Ojinaga, Chihuahua, Mexico. Other members include Tony Meléndez (vocals), Frank Mata (bass), Félix Antonio Contreras (accordion, keyboards), Manuel Rolando Pérez (bajo sexto), and Adrián Regado (drums). Conjunto Primavera performed locally for a few years before signing a recording contract with an independent regional Mexican label based in San Antonio, Texas. The group recorded a steady stream of albums, many of which were reissued on CD in the mid-’90s. Conjunto Primavera’s breakthrough album and their debut on. Conjunto Primavera ascended the ranks of regional Mexican music in terms of popularity and acclaim. Necesito Decirte (1998) was their first album to be RIAA-certified platinum, with more than a million copies sold. Successive albums (Morir de Amor [2000], Ansia de Amar [2001], Perdoname Mi Amor [2002], generally went at least gold, with over a half-million of each sold. Furthermore, Conjunto Primavera regularly earned Latin Grammy nominations; they even performed at the 2006 ceremony, where they won the award for Best Regional Mexican Song (“Aún Sigues Siendo Mía”). Several of their albums placed at or near the top of the Mexican Regional Albums charts, and were certified gold. They were nominated for nearly a dozen Latin Grammy awards. In 2014, at the 15th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, they were awarded the Latin Grammy for Best Norteño Album for Amor Amor.