Ely Guerra


Ely Guerra Bio

Who is Ely Guerra

Ely is a Mexican singer-songwriter known for albums Hombre Invisible, Sweet & Sour, and Lotofire. She also founded the record label Homey Company.

Early Life (Childhood)

Born to Alberto Guerra and Gloria Vázquez in Monterrey where lived the first years of her life before moving to San Luis Potosí and then to Guadalajara, due to her father's work. She first started writing music when she was 10 and sang in a band in her teens.

Interesting Facts

In August 1998, Ely and Julieta Venegas appeared on the cover of TIME's Latin American Edition and were named "The Most Promising Performers in the Mexican Rock Scene".

Personal Life

She moved to London to make her record, titled Pa' Morirse De Amor and released in 1997, featuring her first hit single called "Angel De Fuego."


Her fifth album Hombre Invisible won the award for Best Alternative Music Album at the 11th Latin Grammy Awards. Ely also received a Latin Grammy nomination for Best Alternative Music Album for Sweet & Sour, Hot y Spicy.