Intocable is a renowned Tejano/Norteno band from Zapata, Texas, USA. The band, whose name translates to "Untouchable" in English, specializes in regional Mexican music. The band has been active since 1994. Consisting of members Ricky Muñoz and René Martínez, noteworthy achievements in their career comprise four back-to-back sold-out nights at Mexico City's esteemed Auditorio Nacional. Also, their 2003 headline show at Reliant Stadium in Houston stands out, attracting a record-breaking crowd of 70,104 fans.
Some of Intocable's most famous songs include "Eres Mi Droga," "Te Amo (Para Siempre)," and "Enséñame a Olvidarte." The conjunto has also released numerous successful albums, including "Sueños" and "X."
Intocable also had notable features including collaborations with artists like Ricardo Arjona, Kumbia Kings, and La Mafia. These collaborations have allowed Intocable to explore different musical styles and bring their unique sound to a wider audience.
Pioneering their genre, they made history as the first representatives to perform at Dallas Cowboys Stadium during the halftime show of the 2011 Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins game. Moreover, they achieved a similar feat at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. Their contributions earned them two out of the five nominations at the Billboard Regional Mexican Awards. Furthermore, their album "INTOCABLE 2011" secured a nomination for Best Norteño Album at the 2011 Latin Grammy Awards.