Samuel Hernández

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Samuel Hernández is a Puerto Rican Christian music singer. He also has had songs crossover and become mainstream secular hits.[1] His 2003 album Jesús siempre llega a tiempo was one of the first big-selling Puerto Rican Christian albums.[2] He performed in the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum with Marcos Witt in 2009.[3]

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  1. ^ Billboard - 1 May 2004 - Page 34 Vol. 116, No. 18 "Karina Moreno, Samuel Hernandez and Jez Babarczy perform after the Christian music panel. ... Samuel Hernandez, one of Puerto Rico's most successful acts, has also managed to cross his music over to the secular world."
  2. ^ Billboard - 15 Jan 2005 - Page 25 Vol. 117, No. 3 "But the real Christian music explosion, he says, came later in 2003 when Samuel Hernandez, a Puerto Rican Christian singer who releases his music on his own label, SH Productions, put out the album "Jesus Siempre Llega a Tiempo."
  3. ^ Billboard - 15 Aug 2009 Vol. 121, No. 32 "Between August and October, four of the coliseum's scheduled concerts are by Christian acts: Israel Houghton and Jacobo Ramos (Aug. 1), Tercer Cielo (Aug. 30), Daniel Calveti (Oct. 3) and Marcos Witt and Samuel Hernandez (Oct. 31).