“Hermanos Herrera” is the six-member sibling group of third-generation Mexican Americans, who will make their debut performance at Namba with their latest album, “Sones Jarochos y Huastecos y Más” a collection of songs for Smithsonian Folkways Recordings.
The Herreras, raised in Fillmore, have performed together since childhood. Their music draws deeply from the lively, string-driven son jarocho and son huasteco traditions of Mexican music. The five brothers and one sister inherited their enthusiasm and talent for Mexican music from the previous generations of family members, who were active musicians. With ‘Sones Jarochos y Huastecos y Más,’ they’re set to write a fresh chapter in the music’s history and take it to Namba’s audience.
More info at hermanosherrera.com