Mark Heredia Was born in McAllen, TX. At a very early age, he always had the passion for music. At the age of 11, he started playing upright bass for his local chamber orchestra. At the age of 15, he started touring with a Mexican Norteño band playing bajoquinto (Mexican folk instrument). It wasn’t until the age of 18 where he found the crossroads of his life: Leave everything behind and start serving his local church, or continue in the Mexican folk music scene. He eventually decided to leave everything to serve God and his local church. Ever since then he picked up the bass guitar and has been serving his church ever since. Now, he still continues to serve at his local church Vital Church, that’s located in McAllen, Texas as a musician. He also works with different other artists (Jonathan Lopez, Eliezer Borrego, Sublime Gracia, 100 Times Fold, Rejected) as a bass player, musical director, and Ableton Programmer. He also has a Facebook page in which he worship bands and musical directors inside the Spanish Christian music industry, from musical to worship tips.