Los Gallegos Brozz Biography Los Gallegos Brozz (LGB) consists of three (3) brothers Daniel Lee Gallegos, Francisco Jesus Gallegos, and Rey Gaspar Gallegos. They come from a family of eight. Their mother, Mary Elaine and father, Daniel Gallegos Sr. had seven (7) boys and (1) daughter. Daniel Lee was born in Las Vegas, in 1971; Rey Gallegos was born in Las Vegas NM in 1980, and Francisco Gallegos in Las Vegas NM IN 1981. They all have been singing Ranchers, Cumbias and Valses since they were young toddlers. Their Mother Mary Elaine Gallegos and father Daniel Gallegos Sr. would sit and sing with their children in their home in Las Vegas NM as a form of entertainment. Their father would play the guitar and sing while their mother gave him harmony vocals. The kids would sit and listen while their parents sang Ranchers, Cumbia's and Valses. Once the children were old enough to speak they were singing songs with their parents during the summer nights and winter days. Mary Elaine and Daniel Sr. would encourage their kids to sing and would educate them on how to sing. They would often be telling their kids " CANTA Con GANAS...". They would sit and practice and make sure their children learned the style and the words of the song to perfection. Rey (El Rey) one time recalls at age (7) seven staying up all night to learn the song Las Gaviotas to get ready to sing for the Las Vegas 4th of July Fiestas. All the children in the Gallegos house sang and their parents held high expectations when it came to singing and learning NM music. Little did Mary Elaine and Daniel know that they would be raising children to become superstars in the New Mexico Spanish Music industry with the Rancheras, Cumbia's and Valses they sang and of course the secret ingredient "CANTA CON GANAS" Today you will find the music that the Gallegos Family sings, and produces is still made up of nothing but Ganas. Daniel Lee Gallegos Jr. is one of the most influential artist/guitar players to graze the Land of Enchantment Daniel Lee got his first guitar when he was three years old. It was in Junior High school that Daniel Lee and his brother Lorenzo Gallegos (Lorenzo Miguel) formed their first band called Sangre Nueva which they started to perform music for the middle school dances and local dances at the Inn of Las Vegas. " Daniel Lee stated that he and Lorenzo would sneak into the Inn Of Las Vegas to watch " El God Father Al Hurricane" perform Daniel recalls one night singing a song with El Godfather. It was not long that Daniel and Lorenzo and their new band Sangre Nueva would become a local favorite. In 1988 Daniel at age (17) and Lorenzo at age (15) recorded their first album and changed their band name to Sangre Joven. Also in the band was bass player Robert Gonzalez who the NM Spanish music fans know as GONZALO. Sangre Joven become one of New Mexico's favorite bands in Northern NM performing for fiestas, dances, weddings...etc.. In 1994 Sangre Joven opened up for Los Lobos at Highlands University. Sangre Joven's success continued thru the 90's till 2005 when it recorded it's last album entitled Originales De Daniel Gallegos. A lot of super NM superstars got their NM music careers started with Sangre Joven y Daniel Lee. In 2006 Daniel Lee encouraged his brothers Rey and Francisco to form their own band and it was not long that they decided to be called Los Gallegos Brozz. In 2008 the released their debut album Puro, Pinche,Part y... which went on to be a successful debut. Today Daniel Lee is touring NM and the South West United States with his Brothers and the NM All Stars which consist of NM greatest Musicians know as Donny Tesso-Bass, Sonny Garcia- Drums, Bobby Madrid-Trumpet, and AJ Martinez- Guitar. He also tours with Gonzalo. Some of Daniel Lee's hits that you could find on the radio stations include La Mula Bronca (recorded Mal Ideas 1994) Chiquita de Mi Vida (Recorded Sangre Joven 1988), Besitos De Amor (recorded Mala Sangre1998) Triste Aqui (recorded On The Run1994) and Polka De Vino which was on KANW 2009 Greatest Hits. (Recorded 2009). Rey Gallegos recorded his first song in the recording studio at the tender age of eight and did a duo with his brother Francisco and released the famous ranchera "Las Gaviotas". In 2000 Rey recorded and released a Limited Edition CD featuring the true story of their father "El Corrido de Daniel" with his brother the late Lorenzo Miguel which took New Mexico by storm. From 2000 Rey took time off from the NM music scène and concentrated on his education at New Mexico State University and earned his BA IN Criminal Justice. Rey has always had the passion and the energy for NM music. In 2006 Rey was excited when he heard the idea of forming the group with his brothers. "I knew that if we formed Los Gallegos Brozz we would capture the hearts and souls of the Chicanos in NM" Rey's focus in the group is precision and singing the cumbias, and the love songs. Francisco began singing at the early and young age of six when he recorded a solo ranchera entitled "Mi Nena" and a duo with Rey. When Francisco was a young kid he was a fan favorite. He would perform for his elementary class room, local fiestas, and dances and even performed at the New Mexico Sate Fair. In 2000 Francisco released his full length enhanced CD Yo Soy which was a huge success throughout New Mexico and the Southwest. Today Francisco has the voice that the NM music scene has been waiting for. With lots of expression and heart.