There were many occasions when Cornelio appeared on stage to once again perform with Ramón the well-known hits of their Lightning Bolts From the North years. In 1971, Cornelio Reyna decided to leave Los Relampagos del Norte and switch t… His parents were María Martínez Cisneros and Román Medellín Reyna. All user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. Their latest release is Dos Botellas de Mezcal. Later, he began to parlay his prosperous musical career with the cinema, where he performed as an actor and frequently interpreted the songs he created, such as: "Lágrimas de mi barrio", "Me Sacaron del Tenampa", "Me Caíste del Cielo", among others. From there, they went out to play at different nightclubs in Reynosa, but Cornelio's goal was to do it professionally, taking advantage of his great ability to perform the bajo sexto. The peculiar vocal quality of Cornelio's delivery and the speed with which Ramón played the accordion marked a new style in Norteña music, where to this day groups and soloists continue to emerge, utilizing as a musical foundation the particular rhythms and style initiated by "Los Relámpagos"…The Lightning Bolts from The North. He was the lead vocalist for the group "Los Relámpagos del Norte" (The Lightning Bolts of The North). One day, when Juan Peña decided to take leave from the Dueto Carta Blanca, they invited Ramón to join and present himself as the new companion to Cornelio. Artist descriptions on are editable by everyone. She is currently singing alongside Amparo Higuera, the last remaining singer of Dueto Las Jilguerillas. If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article. Cornelio Reyna Cisneros (Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico, September 16, 1940 – Mexico City, January 22, 1997), better known as Cornelio Reyna, was a Regional Mexican singer, composer and actor. Over time, Ramón demonstrated his masterful talent as an accordionist. They live in Hidalgo, Texas, and their home is on the city’s annual Illuminated Christmas Parade that kicks of … Cornelio Reyna died on January 22, 1997 in Mexico City, due to complications from a stomach ulcer. He died less than a month later. As an actor, Reyna app… Feel free to contribute! Cornelio moved to Mexico City, recording an LP with mariachi, which at that point represented one of his most ambitious projects. Albert “Cornelio” Reyna Jr. died an unexpected death in a Mexico City hospital on August 8. Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. Ramón’s first band experience was a group called Los Jilgueros de Marin. The new duet toured the bars of Reynosa, until in 1963, a representative of Bego Records offered to record their first album, which produced what would be their first big hit: "Ya No Llores" ("Don't Cry Any More"). Connect your Spotify account to your account and scrobble everything you listen to, from any Spotify app on any device or platform. All this success had begun with Los Relámpagos del Norte in 1963, with their eponymous hit song, "Ya No Llores". Reyna played the bajo sexto and was the lead singer. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. In the early 1960s, Ayala collaborated with Cornelio Reyna (acclaimed singer and guitarist) to form Los Relámpagos del Norte (“The Lightning from the North”). Their latest release is Dos Botellas de Mezcal. Later, his remains were transported to Reynosa, Tamaulipas, where a large and profoundly sad crowd awaited his arrival. Imelda Higuera died in 2004. His mariachi career was not as successful as music experts expected. He a good measure of success in his recordings with mariachi, but his affection by the Norteña music never waned and he alternated his recordings between these two styles.