This Tuesday, January 11 Juan Carlos Jimenez Rufino is turning 71 and in Quartered We want to celebrate it as a foursome, the one that made it great in its 55-year career.
That’s why we bring you a world of jimeneras songs. The choice will be through our Instagram account @Courtheeldoce through stories that will be available for 24 hours and you can vote for your favorite topic.
What song deserves to be at the top? Do you“La pupera” or “The Divorce”? “Write him a letter” or “Only with you”? You choose.
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The competition will begin with 16 songs and then move on to the quarterfinal stage, with 8 songs. Once the voting is finished, the semifinal will begin among the 4 most voted songs that will compete for a place in the grand final of this World Cup that will begin on Thursday. The final vote will close on Friday, January 14 and we will announce the winning theme of The Mona Jimenez chosen by you.
71 years of Jimenera history
Juan Carlos Jimenez Rufino, better known as “La Mona” Jiménez, was born on Thursday, January 11, 1951. His beginnings in the world of music occurred at a very early age; with only 15 years he joined the “Bern Quartet” after passing a test among more than 40 applicants. At 22 he joined his uncle Coquito Ramaló to the famous “Golden Quartet” and later, in 1984, he decided to leave the band to debut as a soloist, achieving such a great popularity that in 2014 he allowed him to take his characteristic quartet to Spain.
BUM BUM FESTIVAL DRAW
This weekend La Mona returns to the stage with a great festival at the Córdoba Hippodrome. To participate for tickets, complete the form.