Mexico City is the birthplace and home 22-year-old singer/songwriter Pambo. Growing up in a family that loved music but wasn’t too thrilled about it as an occupation, Pambo remembers her father putting on records by Miguel Bosé and The Police. She set her musical roots in Mexico City’s prestigious Fermatta Academy, the closest thing Mexico has to a „School of Rock,“ where she met fellow musician and friend Mariano. Being part of Mexico City’s fresh group of singer/songwriters on the rise, Pambo performed various showcases for her friends and special guests to get her own recognition. It wasn’t until a friend put Pambo in touch with an A&R executive that she was able to get support from label giant SONY BMG. In 2006, Pambo immediately began working on her debut album after putting together a band – her friend and guitarist Mariano; Poot, on rhythm guitar, piano, and backing vocals; Alejandro on drums; and Memo on bass. She enriched her songwriting with other great artists such as Motel’s Billy Mendez for her debut album, Pop Rocks. Fans of Natalie Merchant and Natalia y la Forquetina alike will find plenty to sink their teeth into. As one of the most brilliant young debut artists to hit the scene, Pambo proves that nothing moves people more like music from the heart.