Biography

They emerge in 1961 as The Teddy Bears, for this group by integrating the brothers Hector and Ismael Velazquez, Jorge del Razo, Jaime Ruiz Perez and Armando Vazquez. They are known as UFOs since 1965 after changes in the initial grouping, and integrating the group, Jorge Gutierrez, good guitarist, from The Blue Caps. (to get out of UFOs, is involved with The Sound Machine and then with the group Three Souls in my Mind / El Tri, Alex Lora)… In 1967, again changing musicians, leaving Armando Vazquez, director and singer; Jaime Rogelio Perez, harmony; Guillermo Soto, drums; Antonio Garcia, bass and Agustin Anaya, requinto. His last album, “Hippies”, came out in 1968 and is one of its most acclaimed discs and sought after by collectors. After this LP, the group disintegrated. Actualmente, Currently, UFOs are still playing in lounges and restaurants-bar in Mexico City Armando Vazquez keeping with the same vitality that 40 years ago.

Edited by zasquatch on 14 Sep 2008, 02:09

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