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|Born||January 15, 1964|
|Origin||Mexico City, Mexico|
|Genres||Rock en Español|
Saúl Alfonso Hernández Estrada (born January 15, 1964), is the lead singer, main songwriter and guitarist of Jaguares and formerly of Caifanes, two of the most famous Mexican rock en español groups, the oldest (Caifanes) was formed in 1986.
After the Caifanes breakup, Saul Hernández formed a new band in late 1995, called Jaguares, along with former Caifanes drummer Alfonso André and two long time friends, Federico Fong on bass and José Manuel Aguilera on lead guitar. José Manuel Aguilera was involved in Jaguares' first studio album; Cesar "Vampiro" Lopez later took over on lead guitar and has been in the band since.
Since its formation, Jaguares has been one of "rock en español" (Rock in spanish) premier bands with both critical and commercial success.
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