TEMPLE, TX — After receiving his High School Diploma and the Temple High School Distinguished Alumni Award in 2022, Little Joe was inspired by an idea to donate his time to perform a fundraiser benefiting the teachers and students of Temple High School.
The event is scheduled for Friday, March 10 with a night of celebration as Little Joe performs a benefit concert to honor the teachers and students of Temple Independent School District. All proceeds will be donated to the Temple Education Foundation to use toward innovative teacher grants and student scholarships. Visit templeeducationfoundation.org for more information about TEF.
Tickets are available online at centraltexastickets.com.
Little Joe Hernandez is the leader of Little Joe y La Familia, one of the most popular Tex-Mex bands in the music industry. Described as the “King of the Brown Sound,” Little Joe helped to pioneer Tejano music, a mix of traditional norteño music and country, blues, and rock styles. He has been nominated for eleven GRAMMY Awards and has received five GRAMMY Awards.
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