Bruno Mars Performs With His Dad In Puerto Rico

In 2011, during his Doo-Wops & Hooligans tour, Bruno Mars made his appearance in Puerto Rico all the more personal when he invited his father to perform on stage with him. The American singer-songwriter warmed the hearts of the crowd when they realized the important role his family played in shaping the man that Bruno Mars became, and were also amazed at the talent the entire family possesses!

Embracing his Puerto Rican roots, Bruno Mars, his father, and the rest of the band broke out into a tantalizing drum beat that made the whole crowd start to cheer and move in unison with the beats. As the song gradually intensified, we could see that Bruno Mars’ father knew his way around the congas incredibly well, and Bruno Mars wasn’t too far behind him on the drums! With a father this talented, it’s no wonder that Bruno Mars dedicated himself to a career in music. Watch below:

The person who took the video of Bruno Mars performing with his dad – a fan called Lisa Marie – boasted on her social media channel that Bruno Mars replied to the clip she uploaded. This will surely be a boasting point for years to come! It’s not every day that you get to witness such an energetic performance, which clearly meant a lot to Bruno Mars and his father.

Bruno Mars’ real name is Peter Gene Hernandez, and he is highly regarded as one of the most impressive and memorable musicians in modern music. He is especially praised for his unforgettable stage shows, dynamic showmanship, and appreciation of a wide range of musical styles, including rap, soul, and R&B. He has countless hits. However, one of the songs that helped catapult him to stardom was “Grenade”, from his record Doo-Wops & Hooligans, which was released in 2010. Watch the video for “Grenade”.

The Doo-Wops & Hooligans tour was the first headlining tour for Bruno Mars, supporting the release of his debut record. It was a huge moment in his career and took him all across the globe. Beginning in November 2010 in the US, and ending in Brazil in January 2012, it was an impressive first stint for Bruno Mars and signaled the start of an extraordinary career. There was a break in the tour in mid-2011, but only so Bruno Mars could join Janelle Monáe for a co-headline North America tour.

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