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Yolanda del Río (born Yolanda Jaen López on May 27, 1955 in Pachuca, Hidalgo) is a Mexican film actress and ranchera singer. Some of her best-known films are Caminos de Michoacán (1979) and La India blanca (1982). Born the youngest daughter of 4 children, she was inspired at a young age by famous golden age Ranchera singers Lola Beltrán, Lucha Villa, or Amalia Mendoza played on the radio. Yolanda began voice training at a very early age to become a singer and with her trademark melancholic wailing style, she would eventually become one of the most prominent Ranchera singers of the 1970s and 1980s.