Graciela Beltrán Latin pop Artist
Graciela Beltrán (born December 29, 1974) in the small town of Costa Rica located in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico, is a Mexican singer and actress. She relocated with her family to the Los Angeles area at the age of six, when she began performing at restaurants and fiestas. Born on the west part of Sinaloa, on a small town called Costa Rica, where she began her music career entertaining the neighbors whom were her first followers. Like many, Graciela's mother decided to migrate to Los Angeles, the land of dreams, in search for a better life for her children. It was in Los Angeles where Graciela's music career took off when she first stepped on to a professional stage. Under the name Gracielita Beltran, she began recording albums of norteño, banda and mariachi music with local musicians. Four years later, Beltran was noticed by record execs at EMI, who offered to produce her next record. "Baraja de Oro" was one of the first singles from the six albums Beltran recorded with EMI. Beltran grew up in Anaheim and sang at a local nightclub called "El Conejo Feliz".
|Date of birth|
|December 29th, 1974|