Brenda L. Flores: How many years have y’all performed together?
Adan Ledezma: 43years. We met at Mi Tierra.
Brenda L. Flores: Has the music changed throughout the years?
Adan Ledezma: Yes, people play more of Rancheras, Nortenias, Corridos, Mariachi and Banda music today.
Brenda L. Flores: Why do you think sad songs are so popular?
Adan Ledezma: Because we live in sad times and people are scared.
Brenda L. Flores: Where are you from?
Serafin Rodriguez: Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico.
Brenda L. Flores: And you, Adan?
Adan Ledezma: Michocan.
Brenda L. Flores: When you sing Serafin you sing loud and with an extra ahh?
Serafin Rodriguez: The customers want strong and happy songs. Not sad songs. They want to enjoy themselves.
Brenda L. Flores: Based on your experience as a trio would you want others to continue this type of style of music?
Serafin Rodriguez: Yes, but today’s generation is different. They have a different mentality. They don’t want to learn or study this type of music. Romantic music. Their into other styles of music. I would love for the young to learn this type of music.