With over 13 million albums sold worldwide and an astonishing 55 songs on the Billboard charts, Los Tucanes de Tijuana are one of the most prolific and acclaimed norteño acts in the world. Formed in 1987 from the music scene of Tijuana's nightclubs, the group's humble beginnings gave way to international stardom and celebrated live concerts at iconic venues such as Dodger Stadium and the Zócola, a plaza in Mexico City with a capacity of 100,000. With the release of 365 Días in 2012, Los Tucanes landed at No. 3 on the Top Latin Albums chart and won their first Latin Grammy for Best Norteño Album. The group began as a quartet consisting of lead vocalist/guitarist Mario Quintero Lara, vocalist/accordionist Joel Higuera, bassist Mario Moreno, and drummer David Servin. Their songs include ballads and dance tracks marked by double-entendres and lyrical stories that represent the realities of life for many Latinos, making them a favorite with ticket buyers. Los Tucanes de Tijuana have received several awards from the Billboard Mexican Music Awards, BMI Awards, and were featured in 2010 in the first-ever Spanish-only program at the Grammy Museum.