Dueto Las Voces del Rancho was founded in 2000 in Los Angeles, California. It all began with two young Mexican Americans: Edgar Rodriguez, born in Guadalajara, Jalisco; and Mariano Fernandez, from Los Mochis, Sinaloa. Both of them were raised in the city of Bell, a city in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. With the help of Lupillo Rivera, a well-known Regional Mexican singer, they set up a band and began recording their first songs.

“Se Les Pelo Baltazar” and “Los Dos Amigos” were Rodriguez’s and Fernandez’s first hit singles. Soon, their popularity increased dramatically as their songs were played extensively on Regional Mexican radio. Los Dueto Voces del Rancho released other albums and songs, including the hits “El Lunar,” “Donde Están,” and “De un Rancho a Otro”.
Besides primarily being a Norteño band, Voces del Rancho have also played their songs with Regional Mexican artists of other subgenres, such as Banda.