The single is from Guerrero’s highly anticipated new album due out in January 2017 and was produced, arranged, recorded and engineered by the Grammy winning musician at his Nightmare Audio Studios in New Braunfels, Texas. The vocals for Hernandez were recorded by Joseph Martinez at MTZ Recording Studios in Modesto, California.
Guerrero has gone full circle with this collaboration, he recorded and went on the road with Hernandez early in his career and has never forgotten the chance given to him by the legend, including so many big hits with his brother, as part of Little Joe, Johnny Y La Familia, the biggest of which is the Chicano National Anthem, “Las Nubes.”
Guerrero began playing at the early age of six in Laredo, Texas, performing professionally in the early 1970’s. At age of 18, Guerrero was already an accomplished recording artist and performed throughout Texas and in Mexico. His voice and musical arrangements can be heard in recordings of Little Joe, Johnny Hernandez and The Third Coast, as well as many other recording productions. In 1986, he started off as lead vocalist, keyboard player and musical director for Fandango USA. The the worldwide hit “La Charanga” opened up doors and gave Guerrero instant international recognition and up to this day, that song is still popular throughout the world.
Guerrero has been inducted to the Tejano R.O.O.T.S. Hall Of Fame and has received numerous awards throughout his lifetime, not only from the Tejano Music Awards, but a Grammy for the production of Leyendas & Raices.
Guerrero and Hernandez do not disappoint with “Que Ganaste Corazon,” written by Jose Alfredo Jimenez, it is sure to be one for the ages.
LISTEN: “Que Ganaste Corazon” – Hugo Guerrero ft. Johnny Hernandez