One of ten siblings born into a musical family from Tlacotepec in Guerrero, México, Latin pop singer Luz Rios grew up in Cuernavaca, in the Mexican state of Morelos. The latter inspired the moniker Morelos Show, a family quintet where a teenaged Rios, accompanied by four of her siblings, played drums and sang lead vocals. By then, Rios and her family had settled in the Ontario, CA area, where the group became a fixture of the nightclub scene. After two years with the group, Rios received her siblings' blessing to go solo and, in 1999, issued her debut, Ayer, Hoy y Siempre, a collection of pop ballads. As soon as she was able to afford it, Rios took vocal coaching with the renowned Seth Riggs, a veteran who has worked with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Kelly Clarkson, Faith Hill, and Julio Iglesias, to name a few. Rios' subsequent releases saw her trying her hand at pop (2002's De Mi Corazon), norteño music (2006's Luz Rios), and pop/rock (2008's Aire). ~ Andree Farias, Rovi