If Ramos merged his Mexican roots with R&B, Hernandez did the same with country music. As short and wiry as his moniker suggests, his salt-and-pepper goatee twitched as he sang Hank Williams' "I Can't Help It If I'm Still in Love with You." Hernandez asked the crowd, "What the hell am I doing here singing country music with a gringo name like Little Joe?" He answered his own question by singing his hit, "Good Ole Mexican Redneck Boy," about his experiences growing up in Temple, Tex., where he still lives. When he got to the lines about picking cotton as a young boy, the singer got down on his knees and demonstrated the proper technique to pull off the cotton bolls.