Roberto Tapia, Larry Hernandez, Maximo Grado
Los Rieleros Del Norte Crecer German El Coyote & Conjunto Azabache
The best of Mexican Regional music is coming to Citizens Business Bank Arena, Friday, September 1st. The legends and new generation of Mexican Regional Music singers and bands will keep lovers of the genre dancing all night long. The line-up includes legendary 3-time Grammy nominated band Los Reileros, Roberto Tapia, Larry Hernandez, Maximo Grado, Crecer German and El Coyote and Conjunto Azabache. Tickets on sale now!
Roberto Tapia is an American singer of Mexican ancestry. Tapia was born in San Diego, California and raised in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico. Tapia adopted the Regional Mexican genre and in August 2012, his album El Muchacho hit #1 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart. Tapia was one of three coaches on the first two seasons of La Voz Kids (The Voice Kids), a Spanish-language version of The Voice featuring American Spanish-speaking children on the Telemundo Network. He inclusively became a business man in the year of 2013, promoting restaurants, and still continuing with his singer life.
Larry Hernandez (born March 10, 1977) is an American singer, songwriter, and television personality known for his work in the regional Mexican music genre. Hernandez's biggest influence and idol is the late Chalino Sanchez, but he also feels admiration for many artists and his musical influences have a big range.
He lived in Los Angeles until he was four when his family moved to Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico. He spent most of his adolescence in Culiacán before starting his musical career.
Los Rieleros Del Norte is a Mexican three-time Grammy-nominated band based in Ojinaga Chihuahua.
El Coyote y su Banda Tierra Santa José Ángel Ledesma Quintero is the lead performer and vocalist of El Coyote y su Banda Tierra Santa. El Coyote y su Banda Tierra Santa are with Record label Universal Music Latin Entertainment, and formerly Univision Music Group. El Coyote was born in the town of Coyotitán in Sinaloa, Mexico but was raised in Mexicali, Mexico the capital of Baja California. He is also a former member of La Original Banda Limón. Some of his top hits include "Piquites de Hormiga", "Arboles de la Barranca", "Me Dicen El Coyote", "Sufro", "Cuando Regreso a Tus Brazos", "Amor Pajarito", "Te Soñe", "Para Impressionarte", "Linda Doctora", "Besitos en el Cuello", "Y si te Robo" and many more. He was also part of Banda La Costeña
*Artist lineup subject to change