Las Hermanitas Ramos, Aure and Mary, had a remarkable career that lasted five years, during which they toured extensively throughout Mexico and recorded their music. Aure was born on November 12, 1938, and Mary on August 15, 1941, in Aguascalientes, to parents from the neighboring state of Jalisco.
Their musical journey began in 1958 when they entered an amateur singing contest at the local radio station XEBI in Aguascalientes, which led to an invitation to participate in a radio program. Impressed by their talent, station managers hired them to tour Mexico with shows in palenques, bull rings, and small theatres. Accompanied by David Reynoso, who later became a famous actor, the sisters traveled across Mexico, performing in various venues.
During their travels, in 1958, they met composer Raúl Plasencia Córdoba (El Patero) in Estado de Mexico. He introduced them to the Artistic Director of Columbia Records, which launched their career in the recording industry. Las Hermanitas Ramos recorded with several companies, including Musart and Audiomex, and shared the stage with many renowned artists, such as Cuco Sánchez, Tomás Mendez, Sebastián Curiel, Hermanas Huerta, Olimpo Cardenas, and others.
In 1963, after five years of success, the sisters decided to retire from the music industry and focus on starting a family. Today, their family is equally proud of their accomplishments during their musical career. Many thanks to Eduardo Rodriguez for sharing his insights on the Hermanitas.
Biography provided by: Eduardo Rodriguez- Son of Aure Ramos