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Los Tigres del Norte: Net Worth, Relation, Age, Full Bio & More

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Los Tigres del Norte

Los Tigres del Norte is a band from San Jose, California. They sing on socially relevant topics; this is a genre of music known as Norteno.

Who is Los Tigres del Norte?

Los Tigres del Norte is a Norteño band of singers and the members are Jorge Hernández, Hernán Hernández, Eduardo Hernández, Luis Hernández and Óscar Lara. The previous members who left the band were Freddy Hernández, Raúl Hernández, and Guadalupe Olivo. They were brothers and cousins of native Jorge Hernández. They are a group of band singers; hence any individual information is not known.

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Quick Bio

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Birth PlaceSan Jose, California
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Active Years1968 – Present
CountryCalifornia, USA
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Net Worth$50 Million

Career

What are the career highlights of Los Tigres del Norte?

  • The band was started with the Mexico natives Jorge Hernández, his brothers, and their cousins. They were teens when they began their career in the late 1960s; they have portrayed realistic tales related to life, love, and the struggles of a man. They also touch upon narcotics and drugs along with illegal immigration.
  • They were also honored as a BMI Icon at the 14th annual BMI Latin Awards; they have also set a record of performing for 12 hours. They received the Special Recognition (Spanish language) Award at the 26th annual GLAAD Media Awards in 2015 for their song “Era Diferente.”
  • In May 2000, they founded the Los Tigres del Norte Foundation to establish Mexican folklore; they also donated $500,000 to the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center to digitize over 32,000 Spanish language recordings.
  •  They have been in the singing profession since 1968. The Tigres were at first only locally famous. Still, they took off after Jorge and Art Walker heard a Los Angeles mariachi singer perform a song in early 1971 about a couple of drug runners, Emilio Varela and Camelia la Texana. In 2010, the band made headlines by joining in a massive international boycott of the U.S. state of Arizona in response to the Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act. The band had sold 32 million records as of 2007. As of 2015, they had won 7 Grammy Awards, 6 Latin Grammy Awards, and a star on the 
  • Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2018, many artists sought permission to record at Folsom prison, more so for the 50th anniversary of Johnny Cashs. However, Los Tigres del Norte was the only act authorized by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Los Tigres are the only band to record an album at Folsom since Johnny Cash released his 1968 opus.

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Personal Information

How does Los Tigres del Norte look?

They are a Norteno band.

Relationship

What is the relationship status of Norteno?

They are a Norteno band and do not have any individual relationship status.

Net Worth

What is the net worth of Los Tigres del Norte?

Los Tigres del Norte has a net worth of $50 Million as a band.

Social Profile

Trivia

  • Los Tigres del Norte is a Mexican band from San Jose, California. They sing on socially relevant topics, and this is a genre of music known as Norteno.
  • In May 2000, they founded the Los Tigres del Norte Foundation to establish Mexican folklore; they also donated $500,000 to the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center to digitize over 32,000 Spanish language recordings.
  • The previous members who left the band were Freddy Hernández, Raúl Hernández, and Guadalupe Olivo. They were brothers and cousins of native Jorge Hernández.
  • In 2018, many artists sought permission to record at Folsom prison, more so for the 50th anniversary of Johnny Cash. However, Los Tigres del Norte was the only act authorized by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Los Tigres are the only band to record an album at Folsom since Johnny Cash released his 1968 opus.

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