How much is Saul Hernandez worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Saul Hernandez? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Saul Hernandez's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Sa\u00fal Hern\u00e1ndez (Mexico City, January 15, 1964) is a Mexican musician, poet, writer, composer and singer. He is considered one of the most important, prominent and respected musicians in Mexico and Latin America. He is the leader of the Mexican rock band Caifanes, with which he became one of the most outstanding pillars and figures in the rock music scene. in Mexico and Hispanic America in the late eighties and during much of the 1990s. \n After the separation of Caifanes (denomination that remained in legal dispute), started a new project, called Jaguars. Also, he had to be repeatedly intervened because of nodules in his throat, which changed his tone of voice, without this making it impossible for him to continue with his career. \n With both groups, Caifanes and Jaguares, Hern\u00e1ndez has released 10 albums and sold more than 15 million copies. He has collaborated or toured with many artists, including Morrisey, Stewart Copeland, Adrian Belew, The Rolling Stones, David Hidalgo (Los Lobos), Billy Preston, Tigers of the North, Juan Gabriel, La Sonora Santanera International, Los Angeles Blues, Peter Gabriel , Estopa, Red Hot Chili Peppers, among many others. \n Since the beginning of his career, Hern\u00e1ndez has maintained an activism in favor of the defense of human rights, either through the Internet or through speeches in his concerts, supporting causes such as the rejection of the murders in Ciudad Ju\u00e1rez and the respect for the lives of Mexican immigrants to the United States, as well as strong support for Amnesty International. \n \n\nSaul_Hernandez's Biography \n Sa\u00fal Hern\u00e1ndez was born in Mexico City on January 15, 1964. He was originally from Colonia Guerrero. At an early age he lost his mother and he himself judges that confrontation with death, as a fundamental inspiration for the topics he has written. \n In 1979, at age fifteen, he left school and formed his first group, called Deimos, where he served as vocalist and guitarist, in the company of Jos\u00e9 Navarro (drums) and Salvador de la Fuente (guitar). Upon the disintegration of Deimos, in 1981, he was followed by In Memoriam and Frac. In 1985 he created a new group called Las Ins\u00f3litas Im\u00e1genes de Aurora, title of a story written by Hern\u00e1ndez in his childhood. \n This group was created to entertain a party organized by the now film director Carlos Marcovich, who introduced him to his brother Alejandro. That would also be the first group that the drummer Alfonso Andr\u00e9 would join, who from that moment would participate in all of Hern\u00e1ndez's projects. The fame of Las Ins\u00f3litas grew rapidly in the Mexican underground, while its members participated in the presentations on TV of the Argentine singer Laureano Brizuela among others, in order to raise money to acquire instruments and equipment. \n For two and a half years, he underwent 40 throat operations to remove several tumors. \n Caifanes \n After the disintegration of The Unusual Images of Aurora, the demo of the group had circulated widely in Mexico City, so when Caifanes, this new group, in which (at least in its classical alignment) Andr\u00e9 would continue on drums, and Sabo Romo on bass and Diego Herrera on keyboards, and Marcovich on guitar later. The group made its first appearance on April 11, 1987 in a forum in that city called Rockotitlan, the room was packed and many fans were left out. \n Caifanes soon got a contract with the BMG \/ Ariola label and they started to reap successes from their first single, Kill Me Because I'm Dying. In addition, it was one of the first Mexican groups of its kind, broadcast in the Mexican media, until then dedicated to the promotion of pop musicians and balladeers supported by the Televisa company. \n Although they were commercially successful from their first single, it was until the promotion of La Cell that Explodes (1990) that they were the spearhead among Mexican groups. The emergence of El silencio, in 1992, was widely accepted and the group became a phenomenon in much of Latin America and the United States. In those days Hernandez began to fight against his addiction to cocaine. \n At the same time, he participated as a guitarist in a group of improvisations called La Dirty of the Maids Puercas, next to Jos\u00e9 Arturo Fagoaga, Alfonso Andr\u00e9, guitarist Jos\u00e9 Manuel Aguilera and bassist Federico Fong. From said participation, there is a live album; the inmates of this group played women's dresses, and even make-up. \n In 1995, during the tour of El nerve del volcano, disputes between Sa\u00fal Hern\u00e1ndez and guitarist Alejandro Marcovich led the group to their separation. \n Jaguars \n The record company BMG proposed Hern\u00e1ndez to start a solo career, with a first album produced by Adrian Belew, however he, who has always been considered as a member of a group, decided to build a new band, Jaguares, formed under the precept of being a creative workshop that, under the baton of Hern\u00e1ndez, would alternate musicians from one record to another. \n The first alignment of the group was extrapolated from the Dirt of the Maids Puercas, with Jos\u00e9 Manuel Aguilera on the lead guitar, and Federico Fong on the bass. The first production, The balance of the Jaguars goes on sale in 1996. This recording shows the voice of Hernandez, already affected by the surgeries. However, the album is considered one of the highest quality of the group, and the genre in Mexico. \n The second album, Under the Blue of Your Mystery (1999), consists of two albums, one with recordings in concert, playing hits of both groups, and another with 10 unreleased tracks recorded in the studio. For this production, the alignment of the group changes, Sabo Romo (former member of Caifanes) enters the bass, and C\u00e9sar L\u00f3pez 'the vampire' (ex-member of the group Man\u00e1) and Jarris Margalli participate in the guitars. \n During the recording of the album, Zoey, daughter of Hern\u00e1ndez, was born, for whom she wrote the song T\u00fa. \n Subsequently, and with a fixed lineup (Sa\u00fal Hern\u00e1ndez, C\u00e9sar L\u00f3pez, and Alfonso Andr\u00e9), the group launches 3 more albums. In 2001 it goes on sale when La Sangre Gallopa, of alternative style, experimenting diverse styles, was an innovative album. In 2002, The First Instinct was released, consisting of acoustic versions of Caifanes and Jaguares songs, and two new songs. Chronicles of a Labyrinth comes out in 2005, more rock and electric, which was not properly promoted by his record label; that same year, the compilation album called De Caifanes a Jaguares was released, with the most popular songs of the first stage with Caifanes and later with Jaguares. In 2008 they returned with an album titled , which was recorded in a 7-day marathon session, with the participation as a guest musician by the keyboardist Diego Herrera, founding member of Caifanes. \n Solo \n Sa\u00fal Hern\u00e1ndez announced at the end of 2010 the next release of his first solo album, Remando, which would be available on March 29, 2011. On January 18, 2011, he released the first single of this album. album, \u00abMolecular\u00bb. \n\n \u00abI had been thinking about it for some time, I was not sure about taking the step, I even thought about it for myself. I remember it was when we were recording "Chronicles of a labyrinth" (2005) that I told Alfonso (drummer) my concern ", recalls Sa\u00fal in a telephone interview with" Reforma "from his home in Playa del Carmen. \u00abThere the idea remained, I parked it a bit. I was even afraid, because it is only a personal project, it is something that only I will do, and the responsibility no longer falls on four, on more opinions, only on me. "\n\n \nIn 2014 he released his most recent album, called "MORTAL", which scored 80\/100 on the prestigious Hey! Shows. \n Return of Caifanes \n At the end of 2010, Sa\u00fal Hern\u00e1ndez reconciled with the ex-guitarist Alejandro Marcovich, so they announced his return in the Vive Latino of 2011, thus reuniting the original members of the band. \n After the presentation at Vive Latino, Caifanes began a tour in which they visited the main cities of Mexico, American cities with a large population of Mexicans and other Latin American countries. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Saul Hernandez\n\nThe Saul Hernandez's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.