It has been a pleasure to get out after years of playing it safe during COVID. “We are a family, the players, the singers and the fans, and it is such a pleasure to see my friends performing, again.” Cerrito
Among the performers Cerrito caught up with his friend, Paulette Carlson, founder of Hwy 101, T Graham Brown and met a rockin’ young band called Herrick.
Cerrito being interviewed by Eric Dahl for an upcoming segment of Rock & Review, Fox, Channel 17, Nashville
Recently Cerrito had the pleasure of being interviewed by Eric Dahl for his popular Rock & Review Show that airs on Fox, Channel 17 in Nashville. Turns out Eric and Cerrito have lots in common having both been entertainers in Las Vegas in the 1990s. The show...
In October 2022 Cerrito was honored when Loretta Lynn’s family asked him to join them for Loretta’s Celebration of Life and Music at The Grand Ole Opry House. Cerrito is a long time family friend and colleague of the Lynn’s and Russell’s. One of the sweetest...
As Brooks & Dunn, Ray Stevens, and Jerry Bradley gear up to be the newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame, the CMA hosted its annual artist luncheon at the Ray Stevens Cab-A-Ray Theater. Fellow artists Cerrito, Jeannie Seely, Ricky Skaggs,...
International Country singer, Cerrito, who alternates between English and Spanish, released three individual albums CerritoCanta Country, Ultimate Duets, and Moonlight Madness today through his new distribution partnership with ONErpm....
Layin’ Low Down in Mexico – Coming Soon
Layin’ Low Down in Mexico
Music is My Woman
All I Want for Christmas is BEER — Remix
So excited about these new songs recorded at Curb Records, Masterfonics, Nashville, TN.
This project was produced by Jake Burns, Masterfonic, and Cerrito Presented under the Checo Records Label. In 2017 the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum requested and received the archives and recordings of Checo Records, the first Nashville Record Label to sign and market music that combined Latin and Country Music. Checo Records was founded by Felipe de la Rosa and Cerrito.