Who is Beatriz Adriana Solis? Her Age, Height, Parents, Wiki, Bio 

April 18, 2024
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Beatriz is a Mexican-American singer, but perhaps best known to the world as the daughter of famed Mexican singer and composer Marco Antonio Solis and singer Beatriz Adriana.

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Beatriz Adriana Solis Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Beatriz Adriana Solis was born on 10 May 1989 in Corona, California USA. Her parents divorced even before she was born, and she was raised solely by her mother, only connected later with her father. Unfortunately, there is no information on her educational background in the media, however, it’s known that she pursued singing from an early age.

Career

Beatriz started her journey into the music scene as a teenager,. Her parents’ influence played a big role, and she began sharing her musical side on social media, gaining attention from fans. Beatriz is now a professional singer with around 150,000 followers on her official Instagram account.

She and her father performed together on the song “Mi Nueva Historia“. Some other songs that she’s released include “Los Peces En El Rio”, “El Nino Del Tambor”, and “A Mi Me Ha Pasado”, and others, all of which can be found on her official Spotify account.

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Personal Life, Married, Husband, Children

When it comes to her personal life, Beatriz is a married woman and has two children. However, she’s been very secretive about it, not sharing her husband’s name and any further details on her marriage and personal life.

Beatriz Adriana Solis Father, Marco Antonio Solis Short Bio

Marco Antonio Solís Sosa was born on 29 December 1959, in Ario de Rosales, Michoacán, Mexico. Before entering the music world, he aspired to become a Catholic priest, growing up under the Catholic faith in the Salesian congregation.

His first musical steps date back to 1970, at the age of 10, when he formed the band El Dueto Solís with his cousin Joel Solís. They later changed the name to Los Soles Tarascos and then to Los Hermanitos Solís, making their television debut with this last name in the Mexican show “Siempre en domingo”. In 1972, they signed with the record label Discos Melody and adopted the name that would make them famous: Los Bukis, derived from the term used in the northwest of Mexico to refer to children.

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Los Bukis’ first album, entitled “Casas de cartón” (later renamed “Falso amor”), was released in 1975 and marked the beginning of their success in Central America and South America with songs such as “Falso amor”. Over the years, the group changed its structure and style, solidifying with Marco Antonio as the director, composer, lead vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist.

The 1980s were particularly fruitful for Los Bukis, with successful albums “¿A dónde vas?” and “Me volví a acordar de ti”. In 1987, they released “Mi fantasía”, which included the iconic song “Tu cárcel”, selling over 1,350,000 copies, and earning a Diamond Disc.

Despite his success with Los Bukis, Marco Antonio Solís started his solo career in 1996. His first solo album, “En Pleno Vuelo”, sold half a million units in less than a week, and reached the top positions on Billboard charts in the US. It was followed by albums such as “Trozos de mi alma” (1999) and “Más de mi alma” (2001).

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Throughout the 2000s and 2010s, he continued to release successful albums such as “Tu Amor o tu desprecio” (2003) and “No molestar” (2008). His tenth album, “En total plenitud”, was released in 2010 and was followed by “Gracias por estar aquí” in 2013, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums Chart.

Marco Antonio Solís also ventured into television, as a coach on the third season of the singing reality show “La Voz… México”. In 2017, he made his debut as a voice actor in the Disney-Pixar film “Coco”, lending his voice to the character of Ernesto De La Cruz.

Recognized as the “Artist of the Decade” by the Latin Billboard Awards in 2011, and awarded numerous accolades throughout his career, Solís continues to be a prominent figure in Latin music. In 2022, he was honored as the “Person of the Year” by the Latin Grammy Awards, and announced a world tour for 2023. Additionally, he’s set to release a documentary about his career on Amazon Prime Video.

Beatriz Adriana Solis Mother, Beatriz Adriana Solis Bio

Beatriz Adriana Flores de Saracho was born on 5 March 1958 in Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico, to Casimiro Flores and Aída de Saracho. the seventh child in a family of eleven siblings.

At the age of two, Beatriz Adriana already showed an interest in music, dancing to songs such as “El manisero”, then began singing various genres of songs, displaying her musical talent from a young age.

During her childhood, while swimming at “El Vergel” pools in Tijuana with her siblings, she entertained everyone by spontaneously singing some songs. Over time, as the audience requested her performances, the owner of the place, Mr. Lucio Salazar, recognized her talents and hired her, with the permission of her parents, becoming her first employer.

In Tijuana, she caught the attention of other entrepreneurs who hired her for their events. One notable event was in the Flamingos area, performing alongside artists Marco Antonio Muñiz, José Alfredo Jiménez, Lucha Villa, Los Polivoces, and many others.

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In 1970, Angélica María, impressed by Beatriz Adriana’s charm and talent, decided to support her. She brought her to Mexico City for an audition with Mr. Raúl Velazco, the director of the television program “Siempre en domingo”.

A year after arriving in Mexico City, at the age of twelve, Beatriz faced the tragic loss of her mother to a heart attack. Following the tragedy, her father, Casimiro Rogelio Flores, traveled to Mexico City, where she was, and she asked him to fulfill her mother’s dreams, pleading with her father for permission to stay in the capital to live with her uncles. She continued her career, recording her first album at the age of 13, representing Mexico in Spain at the age of 14 for the National Tourism Council, and filming her first movie, “La Comadrita”, after turning 15, alongside her godmother, “La India María”.

In 2000, she tragically lost her son, Leonardo Martínez, who was executed by a kidnappers’ gang. Fearing for her and her daughter’s safety, she moved to the United States, the birthplace of her two children.

Currently, Beatriz Adriana continues to record and perform in the US and Mexico. She’s been residing in Corona, California, since 2000.

In 2012, Beatriz Adriana made a comeback, offering her talent to the public with her new album “Amor en secreto”, produced and directed by the artist herself.

At the age of 13, she secured her first contract to record albums, and at the age of 15, she made her big-screen debut in the film “La comadrita”, sponsored by actress María Elena Velasco, also known as “La India María”.

She gained recognition in the First Festival of Ranchera Song in 1982 with Juan Zaizar’s “El cofrecito”, winning first place.

Beatriz has recorded songs by various artists such as Joan Sebastian, Juan Gabriel, José Alfredo Jiménez, Manolo Marroquí, and Federico Méndez.

Later in her career, she ventured into romantic ballads, influenced by her then-husband.

In early 2007, she participated in the Azteca Television program “Disco de Oro”, hosted by José Luis Rodríguez (“El Puma”) and María Inés Guerra.

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Two years later, she promoted her album “Que no me faltes”, featuring several hits such as “Estos celos”, “Tú de que vas”, “Me dediqué a perderte”, and “Entra en mi vida”.

According to sources close to the couple, the marriage between Marco Antonio Solís and Beatriz Adriana lasted for four years, from 1983 to 1987. The divorce was reportedly attributed to Beatriz Adriana’s exhaustion with Marco Antonio’s infidelities. There is a strong version of events suggesting that Marco Antonio left Beatriz Adriana for Cristian Salas.In present times, Marco Antonio Solís and Beatriz Adriana maintain a relationship of respect, primarily due to their shared daughter.

Beatriz Adriana had two children, Leonardo Martínez (from an undisclosed father), and Beatriz Solís, during her marriage to Marco Antonio Solís. She later had a brief marriage to businessman Óscar Herrera Calderón.

Martha Clifford

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