This unique singer originally from La Barca, Jalisco Municipality, saw first light in 1941 and was received in a humble and hardworking family, aware of their economic status, from an early age, Manolo held various activities to help the family, he worked as an errand, assistant barber. Manolo Muñoz began his career with Los Gibson Boys where she played famous songs like El Acapulco Rock and The Plague. He decided to leave his band and solo work putting in the beginning, the famous song La Pera Madura, Oh Beautiful, Dale Dale, Juanita Banana and his distinctive voice Speddy González. He made films in the '60s as my soul for love, with Enrique Guzman and Angelica Maria, Youth prevails alongside Cesar Costa, and Enrique Guzman and The bracero the Year Eulalio González "Piporro" the last two Interpreting Pera Madura and Speddy González. He worked alongside Javier Solis beautiful singing Oh, also participated in the film Dream Living with Angelica Maria, Enrique Guzman and David Reinoso. He produced more than 30 albums with previously recorded tracks. Manolo Muñoz was characterized by the time to accommodate mode of popular songs. In the 70's he produced the biggest hit of his life: Flare; with her magnificent voice and peculiar style was crowned Mr. Blaze, besides being the only singer in better interpret that song over by Julio Jaramillo. Other musical triumphs: In a corner of the soul, and the great success Regrets: Night, do not go. He was one of the most famous singers in Mexico. After singing rock and roll and ballad mariachi band he played with topics such as breast Gorrioncillo yellow and Nevis January: He recorded three volumes and mariachi band.
He was also a composer of several songs. Produced a live album of their presentations. One of his last appearances was "the weekend" with Coque Muñiz and in the morning "Today" program. Singing a medley of his greatest hits and presenting his latest album which included his famous 'Flare' and a song composer Martin Urieta 'comprehend it.' Her album was titled in search of love and was brought to light in October 2000, the month of his death and his last appearance sang Flare. In that interview enemy "play back" was considered and promoted his latest album and declaring good health. Manolo Muñoz had a wife and two children. Her hobbies as painting, fishing and the collection of cars, was close friend of Chabelo, Guzman and Hector Enrique Lechuga. Unfortunately, Manolo Muñoz, ballad idol and Rock and Roll, died of a stroke on the morning of Sunday October 29, 2000, after having been hospitalized for six days in the hospital of Santa Elena Cd. from Mexico. The remains of the largest Manolo Muñoz were buried in the Pantheon Garden of City of Mexico. He is survived by his children Maximilian, Cynthia and Martin, the latter followed the footsteps of his father good and sang for a long time.