Maná is a Latin rock n roll band from Guadalajara, Jalisco created in 1986 by vocalist and guitarist Fher Olvera, drummer Alex González, guitarist Sergio Vallín and bassist Juan Calleros. Maná has become one of the most famous Latin rock band, selling over 40 million albums worldwide. In addition to winning four Grammy Awards, eight Latin Grammy Awards, fifteen Lo Nuestro Awards and more. The band's first album was released in 1990 named "Falta Amor", after two years, the band released the album "¿Dónde Jugarán Los Niños?", In which it sold more than 10 million copies worldwide.
After releasing the album “Sueños Liquidos” in 1997, Maná started to gain international recognition, mainly in the US. The band's most recent album was released in 2015 “Cama Incendiada” and has Shakira's participation in the song “Mi Verdad” that is part of the album. In 2019 the band announced their tour in the United States, "Rayando El Sol Tour" the band made more than 20 stops through the most famous cities in the United States. The name of the tour “Rayando El Sol Tour” is a tribute to the band's most famous song.
The last time that Maná went on tour was in 2016 with “Latino Power Tour” in which sold out venues across the US. The band wanted to take on this tour a powerful message of unity and empowerment for US Latinos with the goal of uniting and inspiring Latino communities to make their voices heard. The band is one of the largest and best known Latin rock band in the United States, recognized by the New York Times which declared the band has "Redefined 'Crossover' in Latin Pop… with its mix of love songs and more pointed political material about immigration and the environment,… Maná has a mass appeal nearly unrivaled in the Latin pop world. "