Flor de Toloache receives a nomination for the 2020 Grammy Awards

Tasked with presenting four categories at the

Latin GRAMMY Premiere ceremony earlier this month

Flor de Toloache receives a nomination for the 2020 Grammy Awards with their acclaimed and bilingual release INDESTRUCTIBLE for Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album.

The New York ensemble and beloved press-darlings also performed earlier this week as special guests for the Grammys Museum’s inaugural Latin Music Gallery Exhibitionribbon-cutting ceremony.

The band announced a fresh new cut of their latest single “Quisiera”, featuring John Legend and new special guests: Cultura Profética in celebration of “Quisiera” hitting over 1 million streams on Spotify this week!

Flor de Toloache is set to perform a special mariachi moment at The World’s Festival – WOMADlaide in Australia in March 2020, right before they head off to their first European leg of shows.

The band performed last week at Los Producers in Las Vegas, with renowned singer Miguel. The 2019 Latin Grammy nominees and 2017 Latin Grammy Award Winners will continue their #INDESTRUCTIBLEWorld Touron February 14th at the Ground Up Music Festival in Miami, making stops in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Mexico among other countries.

“..pushing boundaries of Mariachi musicand its instruments through reimagined pop covers, originals, and stunning collaborations” – MARISA ARBONA-RUIZ / NPR FIRST LISTEN

Having performed at Coachella and an NPR Tiny Desk Concert this Latin GRAMMY-winning, New York-based ensemble, is one of the finest all-female mariachi groups on the planet, with “a performance style that captures all the power and emotion you’d hope for.” (NPR Music). Flor de Toloache is led by vocalist/violinist Mireya Ramos and vocalist/vihuelist Shae Fiol. The group began as a trio named for the delirium-inducing Mexican flower used as a love potion for generations. As it has grown in notoriety, the band has expanded to as many as ten members depending on the setting, forming a truly global ensemble with musicians hailing from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Australia, Colombia, Germany, Italy, and the United States.