Multi-Grammy-Award-winning Mexican rock outfit Mana have been at the forefront of Latin pop rock for two decades, offering an optimistic and exploratory blend of pop, funk-rock, reggae and Latin sounds in a variety of hit albums and exciting collaborations. From 1987’s Mana to 1999’s MTV Unplugged and 2006’s Amar es Combatir, Mana have consistently satisfied record buyers with their exciting fusion of hard rock and lighter, experimental sounds. Famous collaborations with stars such as Juan Luis Guerra and Carlos Santana as well a reputation for exciting live shows have made Mana a not-to-be-missed force on the US live music scene.
Originally formed by Fher Olvero (vocals), Alex Gonzalez (drums), Juan Diego Calleros (bass) and Ulises Calleros (guitar) in the 1980s, Mana has endured many changes in the group’s configuration over the years. After changing labels from Polygram to Warner prior to their first major release, Falta Amor in 1992, Mana recorded 1994’s Donde Jugaran Los Ninos? with Ivan Gonzalez and Cesar Lopez before settling on the current four-piece lineup of Olvero, González, Juan Diego Calleros and guitarist Sergio Vallin. Building on the success of Falta Amor with extensive Mexican tours, Mana exploded to international stardom with 1997’s Suenos Liquidos.
As subsequent albums have continued to climb in the Billboard charts, Mana have compiled a uniquely powerful and elaborate body of work as well as a superlative popular following. 1998 and 2002 Grammys for Best Latin Performance and Best Latin Album acknowledge one of the highly celebrated live acts of recent times, while the record-breaking commercial success of Amar es Combatir shows a real appetite for their progressive and innovative rock sound. From hard rock to mellow vibes, tickets for Mana shows provide not only an invigorating music experience for hard rock and Latin music fans alike but a chance to see popular Latin music legends live in person.