One of the longest-running Mexican acts of today received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this week. Mexican regional superstars Los Tigres del Norte have taken their family passion for song – they’re the three Hernandez brothers and their cousin Óscar Lara – to venues as diverse as Disney Hall and Soledad Prison. They’ve sung about all aspect of Mexican life: love, life, immigration, and the life of legal and illegal Mexican workers in “el Norte.” Their songs have led to dozens of albums and millions of records. Some have called them Mexico’s Rolling Stones. For a full account of their background and a taste of their music, check out the link here.
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