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Rio Roma
Río Roma
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Background information
Origin Tulancingo, Hidalgo, Mexico
Genres Latin rock, Latin pop, Latin ballad
2010-present
Labels Sony Music
Ha*Ash
Website rioroma.mx
Members José Luis Roma
Raúl Roma

Río Roma (Spanish: ['ri.o 'roma]; English: "Rome River") are a Mexican Latin rock duo. It consists of brothers José Luis Ortega Castro (born January 17, 1981) and Raúl Ortega Castro (born July 17, 1984).

José Luis is also a prolific songwriter. Famous singers who had recorded songs written by him include: María José, Alejandro Fernández, Camila, Alejandra Guzmán and Pandora, among others.[1]

They chose "Río Roma" as their name because of how it sounds and it reads "Oír Amor" (hearing love) backwards.[2]

Biography

From 1997 until 2002, José Luis was member of Mexican boy band Ciao Mama, with whom he recorded two albums: "Ciao Mama" in 1999, and "Puntos Suspensivos..." in 2001, both under EMI Music México.[3]

In 2008 José Luis and Raúl recorded a Norteño album with their first names. They started as Río Roma in 2011.

Discography

As José y Raúl

  • 2008: José y Raúl[4]

As Río Roma

  • 2011: Al Fin Te Encontré[5]
  • 2013: Otra Vida [6]
  • 2016: Eres La Persona Correcta En El Momento Equivocado

References

  1. ^ "Bio | The Official Río Roma Site" -- (in Spanish).
  2. ^ "Se hacen llamar Río Roma" -- (In Spanish). SanDiegoRed.com. April 15th, 2011.
  3. ^ "Nuestros Socios y su Obra - Biografías - José Luis Ortega" Archived 2013-10-12 at the Wayback Machine. -- (in Spanish). Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de México.
  4. ^ "Ya tienen Josel y Raúl su primer sencillo en la radio" Archived 2014-01-07 at Archive.is -- (in Spanish) El Porvenir. January 31, 2008.
  5. ^ "Amazon.com: Al Fin Te Encontré: Río Roma: MP3 Downloads" -- Amazon.
  6. ^ "Amazon.com: Otra Vida: Music" -- Amazon.

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