Cristina seeks to vindicate not only the image of women in regional Mexican music, but of all women, to show that they are strong, brave and always manage to get ahead.
Cristina Eustace was born in Chihuahua, Mexico, on May 25 and is the eldest of two children. As a good Gemini, she is enthusiastic and a chambeadora.
The musical influence of her father marked her with her taste for Rocío Dúrcal, Juan Gabriel and Lucha Villa, from a very young age.
At just 14 years old, she began to sing at social events and at 17, this young woman with an expressive look starred in the 1996 musical 'José el Soñador', playing the narrator with great charisma and getting standing ovations from the audience.
He was a finalist in the Valores Juveniles Bacardí y Compañía contest, which awarded him a scholarship at the Academia Conceptos, from Televisa, which gave him participation in musicals and tours of the United States and South America.
Cristina is proud to have graduated with honors from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) with a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing.
Dream comes true
Thanks to her talent and the emotion she brings to her performances, she entered the 'Objetivo Fama' contest in 2008, which was broadcast on Telefutura and Univisión Puerto Rico, representing Dallas, where the audience made her a winner. His prize: record an album.
A year later, she reached the final of the Univisión program 'Viva El Sueño', becoming the public's favorite and achieving recognition from coast to coast.
Fight, feel, live!
The first album "De Los Pies Hasta la Frente" was widely accepted with the single 'Mucha Mujer Para Ti', a very romantic song that was released in a pop, tropical and banda version, with which it swept Puerto Rico and several cities in the American Union, staying for several weeks on the Billboard charts.
The same fate befell his second album "Jamás te Dejaré".
In 2011, Cristina released the production "Golpes de Pecho", which earned her a Latin Grammy nomination for Best Banda Album, and it should be noted that she was the only woman in that category.
In 2014, a new triumph was added to Cristina's life: the second Latin Grammy nomination, again in the Best Banda Album category, with the album "Grandes Canciones", released in 2013, together with greats of the regional Mexican genre such as the bands El Recodo, La Original Banda El Limón and La Arrolladora Banda Limón.
The mariachi has arrived!
At the beginning of 2016, the promotion of the album "How I went to fall in love with you" began, recorded with mariachi, from which singles such as 'La noche de mi mal', 'Si estas paredes hablaran' were released. , and 'Las mujeres no se deja', which was later also recorded in a band version.
Happy to sing with a mariachi again, Cristina returned to the studio in 2017 to record the song 'Desaires', written by Joan Sebastian, whose video featured the landscapes of Jalisco.
Tribute to Divo de Juárez, I already forgot you and I took refuge in your youth, have been one of the most recent singles presented by Cristina and favorably accepted by her followers.