In 1989, Little Joe performed at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo for a modern record crowd of 38,626 paid patrons for a Saturday matinee at the Houston AstroDome. He performed in 1991, setting a new record Sunday afternoon crowd of 46,638 paid patrons. In March 2003, Little Joe performed again at the Rodeo and set an all time record of attendance of 70,401 paid patrons at Reliant Stadium.
1990. Little Joe first performed at Fiesta Broadway in Los Angeles, CA. to a record crowd of 400,000. In a return performance in 1991, he set a new crowd record of 500,000.
In 1991, Little Joe performed at the Mariachi U.S.A. Festival at the Hollywood Bowl with the Mariachi Vargas and Sol de Mexico. That same year he performed with Willie Nelson at the Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.
In March of 1992, Little Joe performed Live at Farm Aid. Farm Aid is an organization that works to increase awareness and importance of family farms. The concert is held annually with a variety of different musical acts.
Performed for National Conventions, such as LULAC, GI Forum, Project SER, Hispanic Scientists & Engineers Convention and the National Hispanic Congressional Caucus Dinner in Washington, D.C.
Little Joe has had the honor of being a feature artist at Governor Ann Richards Inaugural Ball as well as performing at the Hispanic Inaugural Gala in Washington D.C. during the Inaugural Festivities for President Bill Clinton.
In the mid 90ʼs, Little Joe has been on 3 performance tours to Japan. Recently, Little Joe has performed in such places as Las Vegas, NV., Honolulu, HI. and House of Blues in Los Angeles, CA.. He has also taken 3 international tours to Souda Bay, Greece, Madrid and Rota, Spain and the Italian cities of Napals, La Madelena, Sigonella, Sicily and Rome.
MAJOR TELEVISION PERFORMANCES
January 1989. Performed a duet with Willie Nelson on a CBS Prime Time Television Special called "Viva Miami." Other guests appearing on the same show were Herb Alpert, Linda Ronstadt and Carlos Santana.
1997, Performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. for the Hispanic Heritage month which was broadcasted on NBC with such artists as Jon Secada, Gloria Estefan,Andy Garcia, Jimmy Smits, Rita Moreno and Liz Torres.
Little Joe has appeared on the Univision Network on such shows as TV Mujer, Sabado Gigante, Paul Rodriguez Show and the Christina Show. In 1991. Little Joe appeared in the movie “Las Pastorellas” starring Robert Beltran, Paul Rodriguez, Linda Ronstadt, Cheech Marin, Freddy Fender and Flaco Jimenez which aired nationally December 1991 on P.B.S. Little Joe has starred in two Cesar Alejandro productions entitled “Ranger III” and “Down For The Barrio”. Both English and Spanish versions were released on video as well as airing on major networks.