Mexican accordionist Celso PiÃ±a, aka El Rebelde del AcordeÃ³n (the Accordion Rebel), started playing traditional music along with his brothers Eduardo, RubÃ©n, and Enrique. In the early '80s, they turned to the tropical style after listening to AnÃbal Velasquez and Alfredo GutiÃ©rrez, forming a group called Celso PiÃ±a y su Ronda BogotÃ¡. In 2001, Celso PiÃ±a teamed up with local rock bands CafÃ© Tacuba, Santa Sabina, and Control Machete, among others, to celebrate his 20th career anniversary by recording Barrio Bravo, produced by Alfonso Herrera and JuliÃ¡n Villarreal. ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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