Mexican pop legend Marco Antonio Solis has entertained fans across the world for several decades, since he founded the pop band Los Bukis in the 1970s. The beloved band went on to release various chart-toppers in the ‘70s up until the late ‘90s from “Falso Amor,” “Me Volvi a Acordar De Ti,” and to the fan favorite “Tu Cárcel.” From singer to producer, to actor and to composer, Antonio Solis has transformed Mexican music across varies genres from Latin pop to Grupera, Ranchera and to cumbia. After releasing 21 award-winning studio albums, appearing on two films, Las Musiqueras and Como Fui a Enamorarme de Ti the band members went on hiatus. After two decades Marco Antonio Solís, Joel Solis, Roberto Guadarrama, Eusebio "El Chivo" Cortez, Jose "Pepe" Guadarrama, and Pedro Sanchez each moved on to pursue different projects. Solis branched out with a solo career that highlighted his songwriting prowess on enduringly popular hits like “Si No Te Hubieras Ido,” “Mi Eterno Amor Secreto,” and “¿A Dónde Vamos a Parar?” Boasting more than two dozen top 10 singles on Billboard’s Hot Latin Tracks chart, to having his songs featured in telenovelas across Latin America, this Latin GRAMMY Award winner is a must-see act for any fan of Mexican pop music. Solis has been able to stay relevant in the music industry with all his poetic lyrics as well as collaborations with artist across the board like, Enrique Iglesias, Jenni Rivera, Juan Gabriel, Alejandro Sanz, and Ricky Martin. In 2016, Billboard awarded Solis the Lifetime Achievement Award, for the second time. Solis was featured on the original motion picture soundtrack for the Disney Pixar animated film, Coco, for various tracks. In 2018 Solis announced his Y La Historia Continua Tour 2019 to inaugurate his 42 years in the music industry. Solis will produce 19 shows in the United States giving his fan base of all-ages the opportunity to watch a Mexican Icon perform live, singles from his two most recent album, Más Que Tu Amigo de Mis Recuerdos, and Yo Soy Más. From “Más Que Tu Amigo” to “Mi Eterno Amor Secreto”, hear all the hits live when you attend his Y La Historia Continua Tour 2019.