Los Angeles, CA – Once again, Intocable proved why they’re one of the favorites in the music industry, with an emotional and dazzling show during Univision’s H20 Music Festival.
Stars from the Latin and Mainstream industries showcased the immense musical empire, breaking in the process, barriers of language and culture. Under that environment, Intocable, the only group representing the Regional Mexican genre, shared the stage with Gym Class Heroes, Snoop Dogg,Paulina Rubio, Wisin y Yandel and many others in a historic event where passion and enthusiasm were permanently etched on the stage of the Los Angeles State Historic Park.
Intocable arrived at the event to bring a show full of emotions, memories and especially to inundate the stage with the devoted public acclaim. Showing the fans that have supported their hit album Intocable 2011 their appreciation, Intocable, dressed in their traditional Texan glamour, played their chart-topping hits.
For 20 minutes, the audience showed the group their appreciation with thunderous applause. Intocable, led by Ricky Muñoz and Rene Martinez, put the audience to their feet and made them dance and sing with their incomparable style, showing that their extraordinary career has led them to overcome cultural barriers with the rhythm of Norteña music and the impetus that this important blend of cultures has achieved.
The true spirit and freshness of Norteña music that Intocable has kept over the years, leads them to continue bringing their audience new interpretations. Currently, Intocable is putting the final touches to what will be their next hit record. The new album will be launched later this year and this coming September, the group celebrates 18 years of artistic achievements.