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Wells Fargo presents El Grito at Miller

Sep 15, 2013
7:30 p.m.

6000 Hermann Park Drive
Houston, TX 77030

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Phone: 281-FREE-FUN or 281-373-3386

Join Wells Fargo and Miller Outdoor Theatre for the stirring El Grito ceremony followed by performances from Los Humildes de Los Hermanos Ayala and Raul Hernandez, "El Tigre del a Banda".


Raúl Hernández
Raúl Hernández is a Mexican superstar who is best-known for his many years with Los Tigres del Norte, one of the most exciting and legendary bands in the history of norteño music, the style that put Hernández on the map and made him famous in the regional Mexican market.

Born in Mexico, Hernández became seriously involved in music in 1968, when he co-founded Los Tigres del Norte. It was in 1996 that Raúl Hernández decided to pursue a solo career and explore other musical possibilities.

As a solo artist, he maintained his regional Mexican focus, but Hernández' solo output has included not only norteño, but also banda, mariachi, and ranchero. His first solo album, Rancheras y con Banda, was released by Fonovisa in 1996, and by early 2004, Hernández had provided seven solo albums for that Univision-allied label.


Los Humildes de Los Hermanos Ayala
The musical group “Los Humildes” was formed in the 70’s by four young men, Alfonso Ayala, Jose Luis Ayala, Juan Manual Ayala and Rodolfo Flores.  Their first album was released in March 1973, with two big hits, Amor Eterno and Ambicion.  From 1973 to 1982, they recorded eight more records for FAMA, creating hits like Horas Amorgas, Un Pobre Nomas Vestido Mojado, El Telegrama, Delgadina, La Carta #3, naming a few.

They returned successfully in 1991, with the distinctive name of “Los Humildes Hermanos Ayala,” with the recording of “Amor Limosnero.”  In 1994 they recorded “Pa la Raza del Barrio” and in 2001 they recorded “Disculpe Usted,”  which was nominated for Best Regional Mexican Song for the Latin Grammy.  Los Humildes Hermanos Ayala, directed by Jose Luis Ayala, the original singer, find themselves recording their 37th album and presenting it to all the Mexican Republic and the United States.

This is a ticketed event for the covered seating area. Free tickets are available (4 per person over age 16 while they last) at the Miller Outdoor Theatre box office the day of the performance between the hours of 10:30am-1pm.  If tickets remain at 1pm, the box office will re-open one hour before show time to distribute the remaining tickets. As always, open seating on the hill.

Presented by Miller Outdoor Theatre in partnership with the Consulate General of Mexico in Houston

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