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Formed: 2004 (11 years ago)


Biography

Dulce Maria* Anahí * Maite
Christopher * Alfonso * Christian

What would it take for a music group to be justly called a phenomenon? While it might ultimately require a historical look back, consider these facts about the Mexican pop group RBD.
Upon its release in January 2005, RBD’s debut album Rebelde was such an immediate sensation that when RBD followed with Nuestro Amor eight months later, the new disc shattered the record books by going platinum in just seven hours. Rebelde soon reached diamond sales status, and the group’s sold out Mexican tour – which included a six night stand at ... Read more

Dulce Maria* Anahí * Maite
Christopher * Alfonso * Christian

What would it take for a music group to be justly called a phenomenon? While it might ultimately require a historical look back, consider these facts about the Mexican pop group RBD.
Upon its release in January 2005, RBD’s debut album Rebelde was such an immediate sensation that when RBD followed with Nuestro Amor eight months later, the new disc shattered the record books by going platinum in just seven hours. Rebelde soon reached diamond sales status, and the group’s sold out Mexican tour – which included a six night stand at the capital’s 22,500-person Palacio de los Deportes arena – was the country’s fastest selling tour that year by a national act. Furthermore, their 2005 albums Rebelde, Nuestro Amor and the live Tour Generación RBD en Vivo took three of the four nominations for Best Pop Album of the Year at the 2006 Billboard Latin Music Awards, with Rebelde winning. Fan fervor quickly spread to South America and led the group to re-record both albums in Portuguese for Brazilian fans. Even in another language, the albums each topped the charts and achieved multi-platinum sales, and RBD will return to Rio de Janeiro in October as the first Spanish act ever to headline Maracanã Stadium, the world’s largest, before 120,000 fans. Having already sold two million copies in the States, RBD launched its U.S. tour last March with a 65,000-person show at the L.A. Coliseum, selling out the stadium in 30 minutes and becoming the venue’s second highest-grossing concert ever (trailing only the Rolling Stones). The The six young charismatic vocalists that power RBD – Anahí, Dulce Maria, Maite, Christopher, Christian and Alfonso (who goes by the nickname “Poncho”) sold out every show on its inaugural U.S. outing, from New York’s Madison Square Garden to Miami’s American Airlines Arena, and then returned to the Coliseum to headline a radio festival. Now, less than two years after releasing Rebelde, RBD is set to make its English-language debut with Rebels.
Though RBD is its own entity and does not mirror the show, the group certainly incorporates theatrics, costumes and stage settings into the live act. Given this large platform, RBD is vocal about ecological and environmental concerns as well as demonstrating pride in their Mexican heritage. Fittingly, RBD was asked to record “México, México,” a huge radio hit and the official theme song for Mexico’s national team in the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
So far, the band claims three Spanish albums, two Portuguese editions, and two live albums, but RBD notes that Rebels offers something special that the other releases do not. “It is the first album we did with all six of us together,” explains Poncho. “We were doing the TV show [during the other recordings], so while one person was acting, the other was singing in the studio. Having us all together really made a difference. We had a lot of fun, and it sparked a vibe, an energy, that got passed onto the record. It is not something that you can see, but it is definitely something you can feel.”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Dulce Maria* Anahí * Maite
Christopher * Alfonso * Christian

What would it take for a music group to be justly called a phenomenon? While it might ultimately require a historical look back, consider these facts about the Mexican pop group RBD.
Upon its release in January 2005, RBD’s debut album Rebelde was such an immediate sensation that when RBD followed with Nuestro Amor eight months later, the new disc shattered the record books by going platinum in just seven hours. Rebelde soon reached diamond sales status, and the group’s sold out Mexican tour – which included a six night stand at the capital’s 22,500-person Palacio de los Deportes arena – was the country’s fastest selling tour that year by a national act. Furthermore, their 2005 albums Rebelde, Nuestro Amor and the live Tour Generación RBD en Vivo took three of the four nominations for Best Pop Album of the Year at the 2006 Billboard Latin Music Awards, with Rebelde winning. Fan fervor quickly spread to South America and led the group to re-record both albums in Portuguese for Brazilian fans. Even in another language, the albums each topped the charts and achieved multi-platinum sales, and RBD will return to Rio de Janeiro in October as the first Spanish act ever to headline Maracanã Stadium, the world’s largest, before 120,000 fans. Having already sold two million copies in the States, RBD launched its U.S. tour last March with a 65,000-person show at the L.A. Coliseum, selling out the stadium in 30 minutes and becoming the venue’s second highest-grossing concert ever (trailing only the Rolling Stones). The The six young charismatic vocalists that power RBD – Anahí, Dulce Maria, Maite, Christopher, Christian and Alfonso (who goes by the nickname “Poncho”) sold out every show on its inaugural U.S. outing, from New York’s Madison Square Garden to Miami’s American Airlines Arena, and then returned to the Coliseum to headline a radio festival. Now, less than two years after releasing Rebelde, RBD is set to make its English-language debut with Rebels.
Though RBD is its own entity and does not mirror the show, the group certainly incorporates theatrics, costumes and stage settings into the live act. Given this large platform, RBD is vocal about ecological and environmental concerns as well as demonstrating pride in their Mexican heritage. Fittingly, RBD was asked to record “México, México,” a huge radio hit and the official theme song for Mexico’s national team in the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
So far, the band claims three Spanish albums, two Portuguese editions, and two live albums, but RBD notes that Rebels offers something special that the other releases do not. “It is the first album we did with all six of us together,” explains Poncho. “We were doing the TV show [during the other recordings], so while one person was acting, the other was singing in the studio. Having us all together really made a difference. We had a lot of fun, and it sparked a vibe, an energy, that got passed onto the record. It is not something that you can see, but it is definitely something you can feel.”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Dulce Maria* Anahí * Maite
Christopher * Alfonso * Christian

What would it take for a music group to be justly called a phenomenon? While it might ultimately require a historical look back, consider these facts about the Mexican pop group RBD.
Upon its release in January 2005, RBD’s debut album Rebelde was such an immediate sensation that when RBD followed with Nuestro Amor eight months later, the new disc shattered the record books by going platinum in just seven hours. Rebelde soon reached diamond sales status, and the group’s sold out Mexican tour – which included a six night stand at the capital’s 22,500-person Palacio de los Deportes arena – was the country’s fastest selling tour that year by a national act. Furthermore, their 2005 albums Rebelde, Nuestro Amor and the live Tour Generación RBD en Vivo took three of the four nominations for Best Pop Album of the Year at the 2006 Billboard Latin Music Awards, with Rebelde winning. Fan fervor quickly spread to South America and led the group to re-record both albums in Portuguese for Brazilian fans. Even in another language, the albums each topped the charts and achieved multi-platinum sales, and RBD will return to Rio de Janeiro in October as the first Spanish act ever to headline Maracanã Stadium, the world’s largest, before 120,000 fans. Having already sold two million copies in the States, RBD launched its U.S. tour last March with a 65,000-person show at the L.A. Coliseum, selling out the stadium in 30 minutes and becoming the venue’s second highest-grossing concert ever (trailing only the Rolling Stones). The The six young charismatic vocalists that power RBD – Anahí, Dulce Maria, Maite, Christopher, Christian and Alfonso (who goes by the nickname “Poncho”) sold out every show on its inaugural U.S. outing, from New York’s Madison Square Garden to Miami’s American Airlines Arena, and then returned to the Coliseum to headline a radio festival. Now, less than two years after releasing Rebelde, RBD is set to make its English-language debut with Rebels.
Though RBD is its own entity and does not mirror the show, the group certainly incorporates theatrics, costumes and stage settings into the live act. Given this large platform, RBD is vocal about ecological and environmental concerns as well as demonstrating pride in their Mexican heritage. Fittingly, RBD was asked to record “México, México,” a huge radio hit and the official theme song for Mexico’s national team in the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
So far, the band claims three Spanish albums, two Portuguese editions, and two live albums, but RBD notes that Rebels offers something special that the other releases do not. “It is the first album we did with all six of us together,” explains Poncho. “We were doing the TV show [during the other recordings], so while one person was acting, the other was singing in the studio. Having us all together really made a difference. We had a lot of fun, and it sparked a vibe, an energy, that got passed onto the record. It is not something that you can see, but it is definitely something you can feel.”

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