Lola Beltrán (born María Lucila Beltrán Ruiz, 1932-1996, was one of the greatest Mexican ranchera singers, nicknamed Lola la Grande ("Lola the Great").
In her native town of Rosario, Sinaloa, Beltrán completed her secretarial studies while she participated in many singing competitions. She then moved to Mexico City where she was discovered while working at the radio station XEW, and never went back to Rosario again.
She married Alfredo Leal, a matador and film actor, and with him had two… read more
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