Viejitas pero bien chingonas, Antonio Aguilar performing some of his all time favorite hits live. Seeing this dude do this makes me regret not spending that $50 dollar ticket the last time he passed by my town. Antonio Aguilar el idolo del pueblo. Check out the video after the jump.
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INSPIRACION: EMILIANO ZAPATA Antonio Aguilar in Emiliano Zapata, I had to watch this movie the other day and luckily I found it on YouTube. It was little low in quality but it did the trick. Great performance and to top it off in an interview I saw about Antonio he commented that he funded the […]
Get your El Tuerto T-Shirt today, only available at our online web store. El Tuerto is inspired by Antonio Aguilar and his amazing action/love movies. El Tuerto is a made up character by us to commemorate his role in the Mexican Film industry.
Honestly I would love that. hehe. This song is one of my favorites when it comes to celebrating anything, specially when drunk it’s an anthem. Antonio Aguilar is a true icon. Y que suene la balasera, well not really.
Albur de amor me gustó, yo lo jugué, Como era pobre, yo mi vida, la hipotequé, Y todavía, valor me sobra, Hasta donde pude aposte, Si me matan a balazos, que me maten, y al cabo y qué . Classic song, honestly makes me want to cry. haha.
MI GUSTO ES? Mi gusto es DIMEX, y siempre lo a sido desde que empese el projecto hace cuatro años. Muchas cosas bonitas han pasado desde entonses, igual como malas. La marca ha crecido mucho desde cuando empeso con unos simples diseños que me ponia hacer en mi casa a las 2 de la mañana […]
El Tuerto is one of our newest additions to the DIMEX Collection, Inspired by Antonio Aguilar and all of his Revolutionary movies. I have been a huge Antonio Aguilar fan since I was little, I used to sing towards the boom box my aunt had in her living room, I would wear my botas, a […]
One of my favorite Corridos of all time has to be Gabino Barrera, an Ex-Mexican Revolutionary. I hope you enjoy it.
El Tuerto-A quick study of how vintage one color ads looked in the early 1900’s. Here I used a picture of Antonio Aguilar in one of his many revolutionary movies, becoming the one and only “El Tuerto” More to come this is just a taste of what’s next. Enjoy.