Lerryns Hernandez releases video through Hudson Limited
Artist biography Lerryns Hernandez
Venezuelan drummer and percussionist Lerryns Hernandez was born in Caracas, Venezuela. At the age of 13 he lives his first musical experience after sharing high school studies with Jesús Enrique Hidalgo, who gives him the opportunity of meeting his father, the great composer Enrique Hidalgo. Years later, he receives from his own father a gift that would change his life: a drum set. During two years he receives lessons from notorious professor Luis Tomas García. Later, he will become a self-taught drummer.
In 1997, Lerryns Hernandez creates Urbanda (with Jesús Enrique, Jannio & Jaime Hidalgo) publishing his first musical record. With this band he participates in television shows, video clips and national tours.
When Lerryns Hernandez separates from the group, begins to work with cover bands in the colorful Caracas nightlife, improving his technique in musical styles like pop, rock and latin. He joins Irie, a reggae cover band directed by Pablo Gónzalez, Mulato. With Pablo he delivers “Mulato”, his first and most successful album, awarded in Venezuela with Gold and Platinum records, reaching slot number one in the country’s musical billboard.
Also, Lerryns Hernandez joins AgoTeatro, a theater group directed by professor Virginia Aponte. There he performs as musical producer and interpreter in many professional theater presentations. With AgoTeatro he participates in more than 10 plays throughout no less than 10 years. Among activities with the theater group is the USA and Canada tour celebrated during 2004.
In 2001, through his partnership with Victor and Pablo Musical Productions, Lerryns Hernandez creates Lunacreciente Studios. From then on he commands the sound edition and post-production room. Also, he records uncountable productions and jingles as session drummer and percussionist. In Lunacreciente Studios he plays drums for renowned artists like El Goyo Reyna, Mulato, Roque Valero, Los Hidalgo, Hany Kauam, and many more.
In 2007 Lerryns Hernandez becomes lead drummer for the “Jesus Christ Superstar” rock opera, which played two full seasons ( 25 shows) in Caracas and Maracaibo city. That same year he participates in the Movistar Tour, visiting eight Venezuelan cities as a drummer for Jhonny Sigal´s musical debut.
As percussionist, Lerryns Hernandez also plays the cajon, the bongo, timbales and darbouka, among others.