Born in Los Angeles California on June 20, 1975, Hector’s love and Appreciation for music began at an early age. Thanks to the influence of his Grandfather, Mr. Gonzalo Villasenor Lopez, and his Uncle, the World renound recording artist Mr. Vicente Fernandez, he developed a great admiration and respect for what is the roots and culture of Mexico’s Music.
Hector launched his musical career in 1994 in a local Restaurant in Boyle Heights and quickly expanded his venues to encompass appearances throughout the United States and Mexico.
In 1999, Hector was selected to participate in an International Talent show presented by Telemundo Television Network called“Suenos De Fama (Dreams Of Fame)” located in SouthBeach, Florida. Hector competed successfully in the vocalist category where he placed within the Semi-Finals.
During the years of 2001 and 2002, Hector embarked on a series of concerts throughout various towns in Mexico in honor of Don Antonio Aguilar where he had the pleasure to incorporate the magnificent Andalusian horses as part of his performance. During that same period of time Hector worked diligently to record what would be his second album in conjunction with the famous Mariachi Vargas de Tacalitlan.
Although Hector was amidst success with his career, he made a decision to step back, and take some time away from the stage to embark on a personal quest to uncover the true depth and passion he felt for the Music of Mexico.
In 2009, after several years of soul searching and new mission, Hector once again returned to the stage where his love for Music was reborn. With an undisputable and new found appreciation for the Art of Mariachi he continues to create intricate and exciting music for his fans world wide.
Hector has begun to record a new album in which he pays special tribute to the Mariachi and the Ranchera Music. It is with great pride that he records this album evoking the respect and distinction that it deserves while infusing his songs with his unique interpretation.
Hector’s unique style will undeniably keep him a favorite in the “Best Artist” list in the Ranchera Music category for years to come.
Just like his Uncle the Great Vicente Fernandez, Hector also carries the true culture and music of Mexico in his veins and in every one of his performances.