Tierra Cali

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Tierra Cali is a regional Mexican band from Michoacán composed of five brothers. [1] The group has had several charting records in the United States; their biggest hit single there was 2009's "Si Tú Te Vas", which reached #2 on the Billboard Regional Mexican charts. [1] The band's specialty is the Tierra Caliente genre.

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