Intocable might have started being labeled a Tejano band, but being called a norteño band in Mexico and other parts of Latina America has brought the most success to the group.
“We have Tejano roots, and we have a norteño influence, that is for sure,” said band vocalist Ricky Muñoz. “But I don’t know what you should really call us, other than good music.”
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Intocable headlines at 9:30 p.m. Friday.