Hermanos Herrera | El Niño del Tambor/ The Little Drummer Boy

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El Niño del Tambor/ The Little Drummer Boy

by Hermanos Herrera

The lyrics tell of a poor young boy who, unable to afford a gift for the infant Jesus, plays his drum for the newborn with the Virgin Mary's approval. The newborn seems to understand and smiles at the boy in gratitude.
Genre: Latin: Norteño
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Album Notes
United by blood and through Music, Hermanos Herrera have
established themselves as the future of Regional Mexican music.
Youthful exuberance, authenticity, and a refreshing image are the
characteristics that will propel Hermanos Herrera and the Regional
Mexican genre into new heights. Able to capture various traditional
musical styles with remarkable authenticity, Hermanos Herrera are
true representatives of Mexico’s rich musical landscape.

Hermanos Herrera is a family group consisting of five brothers and
their younger sister. The group plays various styles of traditional
Mexican music such as Son Huasteco, Son Jarocho, and musica
Norteña. They perform with an aggressive and energetic style that is
both passionate and exhilarating.

Hermanos Herrera have six recordings under the Sonbros Record
label. Their latest Norteño CD received strong radio play throughout
the U.S. and Mexico with one of the singles reaching number one in a
few markets. Hermanos Herrera further broke new ground with their
most recent Son Huasteco recording as it also received commercial
radio play in both the U.S. and Mexico. This groundbreaking
achievement was a first for the Son Huasteco genre. For being
ambassadors of the Son Huasteco genre, the group was awarded the
most prestigious recognition, “Sol Poniente” Lifetime achievement
award in Veracruz, Mexico.

Hermanos Herrera have shared their music with a wide audience,
performing throughout the U.S. and Mexico. They have performed at
world renowned venues, alongside the biggest names in the music
industry and have appeared on numerous national and international
television programs. They have shared the stage with; Los Tigres del
Norte, Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Cano, Linda Ronstadt,
Conjunto Primavera, Los Lobos, Julieta Venegas, Ozomatli, Jose
Feliciano, Montez de Durango, and Banda el Recodo among countless
other artists.

Beyond music, Hermanos Herrera have established themselves as well-
rounded scholars and academics. All 6 members graduated
valedictorian of their high school class and were all star athletes in
various sports. They have, or continue to attend UCLA, one of the
most prestigious universities in the U.S. Jorge Andres Herrera is
continuing work on his Ph.D, Luis Albino Herrera received his Master’s
degree, Miguel Antonio Herrera received his Bachelor’s degree as did
Juan Pablo Herrera. Jose Marcelino Herrera and Rebeca Isabel Herrera
are still working on their university degrees.

In addition to their musical and academic accomplishments, Hermanos
Herrera have maintained an active presence in the community.
Through their music they have raised over $100,000 for the
community and have assisted in countless fundraising and community
service events, educating children and assisting those in need.

Their upcoming and very much anticipated CD titled "En tu Corazon"
is planned for release October 13, 2009. It will surely flood the radio
waves and be a necessary addition to everyone’s collection.



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