Huapangueros Para Siempre
Hermanos Herrera is a family group consisting of five Herrera brothers and their younger sister. The group plays various styles of traditional Mexican music such as son huasteco, son jarocho, and norteño. The group has played at various venues throughout the southwestern United States as well as Mexico. Hermanos Herrera captures with remarkable authenticity all of the musical styles that make up these traditional styles of Mexican music. They play with remarkable composure and maturity far beyond their youthful age. They perform with an aggressive and energetic style that is passionate, exhilarating and refreshing. They remain truly authentic in their interpretation of these marvelous traditional musical genres. The five brothers in the group Jorge Andrés, Luis Albino, Miguel Antonio, Juan Pablo, and José Marcelino are students at UCLA, while Rebeca Isabel is a student at Fillmore High School. The group has recorded five CDs under the Sonbros Record label: Sones Huastecos con los Hermanos Herrera, De Corazon Huasteco, Pasion Huasteca, Cruzando al Norte, and there newest release Siempre Unidos. Forthcoming are two additional CD's of Norteño music and Jarocho music. Hermanos Herrera have performed on national television programs such as Hola Los Angeles, Buenos Dias Los Angeles, Despierta America, Los Angeles En Vivo, Noticiero 22 Telemundo, Primer Edicion Univision, Noticiero 52 Telemundo, and LATV: Mex 2 the Max. The have performed at venues such as the Gibson Amphitheatre, John Anson Ford Amphitheater, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Orange County and San José Performing Arts Centers. Moreover, they have also performed internationally in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico City, Mexico, and Amatlán, Veracruz. They have performed with the likes of Los Tigres del Norte, Linda Ronstadt, Banda El Recodo, Los Lobos, Los Rieleros del Norte, José Feliciano, El Coyote y su Banda, Los Camperos de Valles, Conjunto Primavera, Montez de Durango, Los Yonics, Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Cano, Ozomatli, Los Cadetes de Linares, Julieta Venegas, Los Incomparables de Tijuana, Tlen-Huicani, y muchos más.