Norma Rocha Valles Death – Norma Rocha Valles, the queen of Mariachi Music who is capturing the attention of countless North Texas Fans has passed away tragically. Norma Rocha Valles died at the age of 51. She was announced dead through social media publications. According to reports, Norma has blood poison from a surgery she had done. Her beautiful smile and dynamic voice will touch your heart and soul in a very powerful way. She sings with so much passion and warmth to capture any audience.
Notably, Norma Valles reigns supreme in the world of Mariachi Music and has captivated the hearts of numerous fans in North Texas. Despite her impressive and impeccable technique, this Latin songstress doesn’t rely on mere virtuosity to dazzle her audience. Instead, Norma skillfully blends the fiery passion of her heritage with a graceful and tender touch, evoking a romantic atmosphere that not only overwhelms but also bewitches the senses.
About Norma Valles
Norma was a kind-hearted individual who shows unwavering support for the troops. She frequently visits DFW Airport in Dallas/Ft. Worth and personally welcomes returning troops from Iraq, even organizing special concerts to entertain them while they wait to board their planes. In addition, Norma recently became a co-owner of a popular Tex-Mex restaurant in Dallas TX, and once a month, on the first Tuesday, the restaurant donates half of its sales to the USO Organization and Dear American Hero as a way to show appreciation for the troops’ service.
Norma is also a multi-talented artist who has showcased her skills in various productions. She has been cast in leading roles in “The King and I”, as well as in independent productions like “Fiestas de Mi Tierra” (Celebrations From My Land) and Spanish movies such as “Yo Soy El Hijo del Michoacano”. Her clear and smooth voice has landed her numerous opportunities to record voice-overs and jingles for TV and Radio. On top of that, she has also hosted Channel 44’s “Happy Sunday’s Variety Show” and “Salud Para Usted y Su Familia” (Health for you and your family), demonstrating her versatility and talents across different platforms.
Norma started her career as a soloist in 1998 and soon became a popular performer of the National Anthem at major sporting events, including playoffs and international competitions. She also earned recognition for her performances of the Mexican National Anthem during visits by international teams to the U.S. Later, she joined “Grupo Cariño,” a local Dallas group, and continued singing Norteño Music. In May 2002, Norma made her return to solo work, this time recording her first CD, titled “Ahi Te Va” (Here It Goes), which included a mix of mariachi music and Spanish love ballads.
The album quickly gained a devoted fan base. Norma went on to record more CDs in English, such as “Reflections of Romance” in 2004 and “Every Time We Say Goodbye” in January 2005. In 2006, Norma released two Christmas albums, one in English called “Noel” and the other in Spanish titled “Campanas De Belen.” She also recorded “Living Like A Mustang,” a CD of country favourites, including some original songs, for Fan Appreciation Day at Lone Star Park (a horse racing track in Grand Prairie TX). Finally, in 2006, Norma completed her Latin CD, entitled “YA NO SOY LA MISMA,” which featured her original lyrics.
Norma Rocha Valles obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.
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