Original lead singer of Los Hooligans (2); one of the pioneer Mexican Rock 'N Roll bands from the early 60's.
In 1962 he left the band to persue a solo career following in the steps of his brother Cesar Costa. By this time he decides to change his atristic name to Ricardo Roca.
After one unsuccessful album with Columbia Records he signed with Orfeon where he would record a very susscessful album which released 6 hits, quickly making Ricardo one of the top balladeers of the year.
After a few more hits in 1964, Ricardo left the music scene to become a lawyer a profession that he still practices to this day.
Ricardo Roca Discography Tracks
|LP-12-286||Ricardo Roca||Ricardo Roca (LP, Album, Mono)||Orfeon||LP-12-286||Mexico||1962||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|EP- 226.||Ricardo Roca||Un Granito De Arena (7", EP, Mono)||Orfeon||EP- 226.||Mexico||1962||Sell This Version|
|CDB-1438||Ricardo Roca||Exitos De Oro (CD, Comp)||DIMSA||CDB-1438||Mexico||Unknown||Sell This Version|