Considered the most influential Latin rock band in the world, MANÁ continues to transcend generations with their music. MANÁ - meaning positive energy in Polynesian – began in 1986 when four friends from Guadalajara, Mexico came together to fuse new rock sounds with Latin and Caribbean rhythms. The group includes Fher Olvera as vocalist, guitarist and main composer, Alex González on drums, Sergio Vallín on lead guitar, and Juan Diego Calleros on bass. The group released their first album, Falta Amor in 1990. In 1992, they released ¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños? which sold more than 10 million copies worldwide, becoming the best-selling Spanish-language rock album of all time.

MANÁ is one of the highest selling Latin touring acts of all time. From their first show in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Palace in 1993 to their record-breaking Los Angeles arena residency at the historic Kia Forum with 14 sold-out shows and over 200,000 tickets sold to date. To date, they have sold over 400,000 tickets to the México Lindo y Querido tour across 38 dates.

MANÁ has sold millions of albums around the world and has released 11 albums of original songs along with several live albums and compilations. MANÁ’s many accolades additionally include their handprints on the Hollywood Rockwalk and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, making them the first Spanish-language rock band to receive that honor. Their influence also spans beyond music. For 28 years, the Selva Negra Ecological Foundation has been the social arm of MANÁ, combining conservation and environmental rescue with social development. Throughout their career, the band has been a vocal advocate for issues impacting their fans around the globe. Most recently the band joined forces with Dr. Anthony Fauci in support of President Joe Biden’s Month of Action to encourage vaccination among the US Latino population.

MANÁ has 133 Certified Gold Albums, 256 Certified Platinum albums, 4 GRAMMY Awards, 9 Latin GRAMMY Awards, 26 Billboard Latin Music Awards, 15 Premio Lo Nuestro Awards, and honors such as the 2018 Latin Billboard Lifetime Achievement Award & 2018 Latin Grammy Person of the Year Award and more recently the 2021 ICONO LATIN BILLBOARD Award.

Their current collaboration project, which began in 2019, revisits some of their greatest songs, accompanied by renowned and diverse artists. “Te Llore Un Rio,” featuring Christian Nodal (pop and maricheño), has been one of their most successful releases of their current duet project so far, trending in over 15 countries across North America and Latin America at the time of release. Spanish singer Pablo Alborán joined them in 2019 with “Rayando el Sol”, Sebastian Yatra in “No Ha Parado de Llover,'' Joy Huerta in “Eres Mi Religion”, “El Reloj Cucú” with 12-year-old Mabel, and “Mariposa Traicionera” with Regional Mexican superstar Alejandro Fernández. See more at

A portion of profits from the sale of MANÁ's strings go to a charity of their choiceMANÁ's charity is undesignated at this time. 


  • MANÁ Pendant

    Handcrafted in the USA, this piece of wearable memorabilia features a recycled string donated by the band listed above.    One inch sealed stainless steel and glass locket also contains a disc...
  • MANÁ Cuff

    Handcrafted in the USA, this piece of wearable memorabilia features a recycled string donated by the band listed above.    The stainless steel cuff bracelet is adorned by discs engraved with the initials of this band....
  • MANÁ Bracelet

    Handcrafted in the USA, this piece of wearable memorabilia features a recycled string donated by the band listed above. Crafted with used guitar strings, this bracelet features a stainless steel clasp for a precise...
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