Known as El Embajador del Romanticismo (Romanticism Ambassador) and El Lujo de Mexico (Mexico's Luxury), his live debut took place in January 1946 at Ciudad Juarez. After moving to Mexico City, Marco Antonio MuÃ±iz teamed up with Juan Neri and HÃ©ctor GonzÃ¡lez forming a successful threesome called Los Tres Ases. In 1960, he left the popular trio to pursue a solo career, achieving memorable moments while singing with Javier Solis, Maria Felix, Pedro Vargas, and Lola Beltran among other artists, having the opportunity to deliver his romantic ballads on the most important stages around the world, including New York's Madison Square Garden and Paris' Olimpia.
During five decades, Marco Antonio MuÃ±iz toured worldwide and released more than 60 records. His legacy has been preserved by his sons Jorge MuÃ±iz, singer and a TV host affectionally known as El Coque, and Antonio Carlos MuÃ±iz. ~ Drago Bonacich, Rovi
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