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Mariachi Herencia de México Release Pop Swing/Mariachi Remake of “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas”

The Latin Grammy-nominated group put a mariachi twist on the holiday classic.

Mariachi Herencia de México — “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas”
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Mariachi Herencia de México invites you to enjoy the holiday season with the Latin Grammy-nominated band’s new pop swing/mariachi remake of “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas.”


“It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” is a holiday classic written in 1951 by Meredith Willson. The song has been recorded by many artists, but it was Johnny Mathis’ version, after its inclusion in the film “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York,” that inspired Mariachi Herencia de México’s incredible mariachi remake.

About Mariachi Herencia de México

The historic tradition of mariachi music has its roots of origin in cities such as Guadalajara and Mexico City. As the ever-evolving genre’s influence spread, it reached Chicago and birthed the Mariachi Herencia de México. The energetic, virtuosic Latin GRAMMY-nominated group has issued chart-topping albums and performed across the North American continent. Nuestra Herencia, their 2017 debut album, topped the Latin streaming charts. 2018’s Herencia de la Tierra Mía was produced by celebrated industry veteran Javier Limón and charted atop all major streaming services. 2019’s Esencia topped industry charts, while a second volume, issued in 2020 performed similarly. In 2022, Herederos appeared as the group was performing a wildly successful North American tour.

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