Creator and innovator, musician and producer, artist, and philanthropist, Herb Alpert is a man with a profound passion. A legendary trumpet player, Alpert’s extraordinary musicianship has
earned him five #1 hits, nine Grammy® Awards, the latest from his 2014 album, Steppin’ Out, fifteen Gold albums, fourteen Platinum albums, and has sold over 72 million records. Herb Alpert & The
Tijuana Brass propelled his sound into the pop music limelight, at one point outselling the Beatles two to one.
Herb Alpert and his wife, Lani Hall, are headed to Harris Center for one night only! Nine-time Grammy Award-winner Herb Alpert has sold over 72 million records. His wife,
Grammy-winning vocalist Lani Hall, started her career as the lead singer of Sergio Mendes’s breakthrough group, Brasil ’66. Since 2006, Hall and Alpert have been touring with their band to sell out
Some of Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass’ fourteen Top 40 singles include; “The Lonely Bull,” “Mexican Shuffle,” “Spanish Flea,” and the Grammy-winners “A Taste of
Honey” and “What Now My Love,” and the #1 hits “This Guy’s in Love with You” and “Rise.” In all, Alpert has recorded over thirty albums and produced for many other
artists, including Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66, Stan Getz, Michel Colombier, Gato Barbieri, and Alpert’s wife, Grammy-winning vocalist Lani Hall, to name a few.
Grammy Award-winning vocalist and producer, Lani Hall started her singing career in 1966, as the lead singer of Sergio Mendes’s breakthrough group, Brasil ’66. She left behind her
city roots in Chicago and, for five years, performed throughout the world. While Lani’s singing career took her on the road, she also focused on her writing — committing to the page her personal
impressions of the world around her. Sergio Mendes further expanded her writing career by asking Lani to write the English lyrics for many of the band’s Brazilian songs.
Lani has the distinction of recording more than 22 albums in three different languages (English, Portuguese, and Spanish, and, in 1983, sang the title song for the James Bond film, Never Say Never Again.
In 1986, Hall won with her first Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Performance for her album, Es Facil Amar. Hall picked up her second Grammy Award as producer on Herb Alpert’s 2013 Grammy-winning
album, Steppin’ Out.
Since 2006, Hall and Alpert have been touring with their band to sell-out performances.