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Los Tigres del Norte in Okinawa: Latino Air Blowing Over Island

By: Marie C. Dominguez

Date Posted: 1999-12-17

Since the late 60s, Los Tigres del Norte have been bringing their distinctive Nortena music to audiences, and they are still setting the standards which other Nortena bands must strive to attain.

The founding members of this ever sensational Latin music group are the three Hernandez brothers, Jorge, Raul, Hernan, and their cousin Oscar Lara. All four are still with the band. Immediately after their initiation, Los Tigres del Norte sparked a revolution on the Regional Mexican Music scene. Through their songs and corridos, they expressed their feelings, their joys and sorrows. Many of their songs are about Mexican Americans' lifestyles. Their famous songs have led to the development of a new culture in America: the culture of a social class that came to the United States searching for brighter horizons.

In the fulfillment of their destiny in the States, the musicianse have gone through days of hope and days of illusion; times of sacrifice and times of reward. Throughout their career, Los Tigres del Norte have been resolute pioneers, always going ahead of the rest. They have appeared in, or contributed to, the following movie: Tres veces Mojado, La Camioneta Gris, Los Tris Gallos, and many more.

You can catch Los Tigres Del Norte performing live at Camp Foster's Globe and Anchor Parking Lot on December 17th at 7:30 p.m. The show is FREE and OPEN TO ALL RANKS.

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