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Los Palominos return with a cover of classic hit ‘No Le Digas A Nadie’

The Grammy-winning group released the lead single from highly-anticipated album due out this fall.

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After a large absence, three-time Latin Grammy winners, and superstars of Regional Mexican music, Los Palominos return with the biggest, anticipated single, “No Le Digas A Nadie.”

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“No Le Digas A Nadie” is a classic cover, written by Lonnie Guerrero, and was recorded by Los Humildes in the ’70s. It is the first single from Los Palominos’ highly-anticipated new album scheduled to be released this fall.

Among the current members of Los Palominos, of course, are the brothers Arreola. James Arreola (first voice, bajo quinto, guitar,) Julio Arreola (second voice, accordion, keyboards), and Jorge Arreola (backup vocals and electric bass). They are now joined by a former member of Conjunto Primavera and Masizzo, Danny Martinez (drums).

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This is a new chapter for the GRAMMY-winning group. It is the first time in over 30 years that a familiar member is not part of the group, Johnny Arreola. They have done an excellent job in executing and highlighting the true emotions of “No Le Digas A Nadie.” Los Palominos believe it will be an excellent fit for this era and expect that all their past and loyal fans, and the ones to come will love and enjoy it as well.

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