This pioneering Tejano duo teamed sisters Carmen and Laura Hernández, born in 1921 and 1926, respectively, in Kingsville, TX. Even though siblings sang jointly throughout years as a child, their professional profession began only once Carmen’s hubby, Armando Marroquín, released the Four Superstar Records imprint from the family’s Alice, TX, house, documenting the initial Carmen con Laura solitary, “Se Me Fue Mi Amor,” within their living space in 1943. The record demonstrated a wartime strike, as well as the duo toured thoroughly through the entire Southwest, even carrying out as much north as Illinois. For a long time these were the best-selling take action on Ideal, the famous Tejano label Marroquín released in 1946 with businessman Paco Betancourt, and during the period of their saving profession they collaborated with performers which range from conjunto innovator Narciso Martínez to renowned orchestra innovator Beto Villa. Broadly thought to be the 1st feminine duet to record in both Spanish and British, Carmen y Laura had been also among the 1st Tejano functions to expose blues, golf swing, and boleros to their repertoire, documenting and touring well in to the 1970s and generating admission in to the Tejano Conjunto Hall of Popularity, the Tx Music Museum Hall of Popularity, as well as the Tejano Origins Hall of Popularity for their attempts. Laura Hernández Cantu passed away August 29, 2004, at age 78.