About Emmanuel Espinosa: Emmanuel Espinosa is a Christian musician, singer and songwriter from Hermosillo, Sonora, México. He is the founder and bassist of Christian rock band Rojo, along with his wife Linda (lead vocals). At the end of the 1990s, Espinosa joined Gonzalez and started shaping up his own musical project. After recruiting guitarist Oswaldo Burruel and singer Annette Moreno, they officially formed Rojo in 2000. With the band, Espinosa has enjoyed critical praise and success as the band has been nominated to several awards, including Latin Grammy and Dove Awards. In 2007, Espinosa published a book called "Enseñame a Vivir" which it translates to "Teach me to Live" in which he shares how to live a life surrendered, of service and devotion to God. Espinosa currently leads Pulso Records, a division of CanZion Productions.