Jessy Serrata Bio, Age, Wiki, Family, Wife, Children, Height, Death, Songs, Tejano Music and Net Worth

Jessy Serrata Wiki

Jessy Serrata was an American Tejano musician and vocalist. He was best known for his voice and he also played bass guitar. Nicknamed “Mr. Iron Throat”, Jessy was born in Knox City, Texas as Jesus Serrata, to Matias and Agapita. He appeared on over 17 albums. His daughter, Brandy Bee, is also a vocalist.

Jessy Serrata Biography

His music career started with Agapito Zuniga (a.k.a. El Rey de la Cumbia). In 1972, Los Buenos welcomed him as a member. The group included his brother Rene; the brothers would also perform as Los Hermanos Serrata. Jessy was half of the duo Los Chachos with Cha Cha Jimenez.

Jessy’s trademark phrase was “Awww Baby”, often uttered to express his enthusiasm while performing his music. Together with his band, The New Wave Band, he tours throughout the US. His album Better Than Ever was nominated for a Latin Grammy in 2004.

He recorded and performed with the following artists:

  1. Steve Jordan
  2. Oscar Hernandez y Los Professionales
  3. Conjunto Bernal
  4. Bobby Naranjo y Grupo Dirreccion
  5. Tuff Band

Jessy Serrata Age

His sunrise was on the 2nd of November 1953 while his sunset was on August 4, 2017. He passed on at the age of 63.

Jessy Serrata Family

Jessy was raised by his parents Matias Serrata and Agapita Renteria.

Jessy Serrata Death | Obituary | Funeral

The celebrated singer died on a Friday. The social media confirmed by his family and BNetRAdio, an online Tejano station, that he was diagnosed with stage 3 kidney cancer in April. His right kidney was eventually removed. He was released home in July from Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital.

Jessy Serrata Wife

He was married to his wife Beatriz.

Jessy Serrata Children

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Jessy Serrata Height

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Jessy Serrata Songs | Greatest Hits | Music

  • Conoscan Los Buenos
  • Steve Jordan albums
    • Camella
    • La Petra
  • Mi Unico Carino (as part of Tuff Band) – 1984
  • La Tejanita – 1992
  • La Tejanita Two – 1998
  • Better Than Ever – 2004

Hits he has composed

  • “La Quiero”
  • “Vuelve”
  • “La Tejanita Mujer”
  • “Santa Loco”
  • “El Potpourri” (with Conjunto Bernal) – includes “Desde Ayer”, the Beatles hit “Yesterday” translated into Spanish

Net Worth

According to different sites, his net worth was approximated to be $1 Million – $10 Million.


Tejano Fm wished the American Tejano musician farewell on twitter

Note: This biography is based on the available information as of 2023, and real-time updates or developments are being updated by our editorial team.