Antonio Aguilar -
most commonly known as Antonio Aguilar, was a Mexican singer, actor, producer, and writer. During his career, he made over 150 albums, which sold 25 million copies, and made 167 movies.
Antonio Aguilar began his recording career in 1950, eventually making over 150 albums and selling more than 25 million records. He was known for his corridos with some of his best known songs including \"Gabino Barrera\", \"Caballo Prieto Azabache\", \"Albur de Amor\", and \"Un Puño De Tierra\".  Antonio was also largely responsible for the renewed popularity of the tambora music in the mid 1980s, when he single-handedly resuscitated the genre with the hit \"Triste Recuerdo\". To this day he has been the only Hispanic artist to sell out the Madison Square Garden of New York City for six consecutive nights.