Jesús Adrián Romero

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Jesús Adrián Romero
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Background information
Birth name Jesús Adrián Romero Ibarra
Born (1965-02-16) February 16, 1965 (age 52)
Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
Genres Latin Christian music
Occupation(s) Singer, composer, pastor
Instruments Voice, guitar, piano
Years active 1985–present
Website jaroficial.com

Jesús Adrián Romero is a Mexican author, Latin Christian music singer, composer, and pastor from Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.

Romero is the founder and president of Vastago Producciones, a record label dedicated to the production and distribution of music with a Christian message. Vastago Producciones also organizes and promotes concerts with Latin Christian music.

He currently resides in Monterrey, Mexico.

Throughout his musical career he has won several awards and been nominated for three Latin Grammy Awards.[1]

Biography[edit]

Jesús Adrián Romero studied the Bible in his course studies, and after was assigned to be a pastor for a 16-year period. Over a span of three years, he achieved his work of spiritual guidance in the congregation of the Church of God, in Van Nuys, California, while also attending seminary.

Later, he founded the Christian community (of a charismatic tendency): "Amistad y Vida"[2] (Friendship and Life) in Agua Prieta, Sonora. Now, Amistad y Vida is under the direction of Pastor Omar Molina. Jesús Adrián was also the assistant pastor in Vino Nuevo in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, for four years, under the direction of Pastor Victor Richards, where he oversaw the cell groups and directed one of the congregation's worship groups. For three years, he was the director of the worship group De Hombre a Hombre (From a Man to Man) and he traveled with them across Mexico, directing the congregations' praises "from man to man".

According to Romero, after having been praying for a few years and considering other cities in the United States, Jesús Adrián and Pecos Romero decided that Phoenix, Arizona was the place that God wanted them to start a new congregation and present their music. In August 2007, Jesús Adrián and his family moved to Phoenix, Arizona to check out the city and plan the beginning of Vástago Epicentro[3] (Epicenter Stem). After their move, about 20 families moved from other cities in the United States and Mexico to support them in their vision.

Discography[edit]

  • "Grupo Creacion" Jesus Adrian Romero - 1989
  • Renuevo Espiritual (Spiritual Renewal) – 1990
  • Unidos Por La Cruz (United by the Cross) – 1996
  • Cerca de Ti (Close to You) – 1998
  • Con Manos Vacías (With Empty Hands) – 2000
  • A Sus Pies (At His feet) – 2002
  • Te Daré Lo Mejor (I Will Give You the Best) – 2004
  • Unplugged (Double Disc) – 2005
  • El Aire de tu Casa (The Air of Your House) – 2005
  • Ayer Te Vi... Fue Mas Claro Que La Luna (Yesterday I Saw You... It Was Clearer Than the Moon) – 2007
  • El Brillo De Mis Ojos (The Brightness of My Eyes) – 2010
  • El Brillo De Mis Ojos-Edicion Especial (The Brightness of My Eyes-Special Edition) – 2010
  • Duetos (Duets) – 2011
  • Soplando Vida (Breathing Life) - Album Release › May 2012

Compilations[edit]

  • Colección Adoración de Jesús Adrián Romero - Vol. 1 (The Best of Jesús Adrián Romero – Worship Collection) – 2003
  • Colección Alabanza de Jesús Adrián Romero - Vol. 1 (The Best of Jesús Adrián Romero – Praise Collection) – 2003
  • Colección Adoración 2 de Jesús Adrián Romero (The Best of Worship of Jesús Adrián Romero – Worship Collection 2) – 2006
  • Navidad con Vastago (Christmas with Vastago) - 2008
  • Colección Duetos (Duets Collection) - 2011

Video[edit]

  • Te Daré Lo Mejor – 2004 (DVD)
  • Unplugged – 2005 (DVD)
  • El Aire de tu Casa – 2007 (DVD)
  • Ayer Te Vi... Fue Mas Claro Que La Luna – 2008 (DVD)

Duets[edit]

  • Alex Campos
  • Rocio Cereceres
  • Marcela Gándara
  • Lilly Goodman
  • Orlando Hernandez
  • Melissa Romero
  • Pecos Romero
  • Daniel Santoy
  • Marcos Vidal
  • Marcos Witt
  • Abel Zavala
  • Funky & Redimi2

Centro de Alabanza

  • Exito Hasta acabar mi Viaje con Rocío – 2012 (DVD)

Musicians and members[edit]

  • Mike Rodriguez – piano, music director, record producer
  • Daniel Fraire – acoustic guitar, record producer
  • Pedro Marin – bass guitar
  • Misael Blanco – drums
  • Fernando Ramírez – electric guitar
  • Roberto Serrano – percussion
  • Kiko Cibrian - electric guitar, record producer
  • Abdo Sabag - sound engineer

References[edit]

  1. ^ mamorales. "Gotas de fe con Jesús Adrián Romero y Alex Campos". Panamá América (in Spanish). Retrieved 2016-02-15. 
  2. ^ Nutini, Hugo G. and Jean F. (2014). Native Evangelism in Central Mexico. Austin, US: University of Texas Press. pp. 39–53. 
  3. ^ "Nosotros | Vastago Epicentro". www.vastagoepicentro.com. Retrieved 2017-03-07. 

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