The General lacks trust in Alberto, who then starts living in an assisted-living facility, where he meets his most loyal friend. Later, Alberto records his first album, but he realizes he won't be able to move on without facing his past.
Alberto takes any kind of job to remain in Mexico and record his album. Before long, he scores a music audition and becomes a prominent backup vocalist, only to then fall into a dangerous situation that jeopardizes his dreams and even his life.
A twist of fate leaves Alberto without a job, but his life takes a positive turn when he receives an offer from a record company in Mexico City. With his guitar in tow, he journeys to the Mexican capital to make his dreams come true.
Alberto is in Mexico and meets a carefree young man, who takes in the singer at his home. Yet Alberto is plagued by heartbreak and missed opportunities, and he returns to Ciudad Juárez. Later, Alberto lands gigs and gets his first big break.
Alberto is rejected by his mother after escaping from boarding school, but he convinces Juanito to let him stay at his place. Also, Alberto is introduced to the world of gospel music, and a family feud erupts.
Townspeople demand justice when Gabriel sets fire to crop fields, and he's subsequently sent to a mental hospital in Mexico City. Also, Victoria faces public shame by herself, and she faces a tough decision that will forever mark her fate.
In 1929, Victoria is about to get engaged to Manuel in her hometown of Paracuaro, but her world turns topsy-turvy when she meets Gabriel, in the series premiere of this show that traces the life of singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel.