One of the few really strong Latin acts in CCM, part of their strength is knowing how to rock across genres: undeniably Latin-soaked contemporary pop so unlike all the rest that it becomes a cool celebration of new music. Salvador has a heap of ties to Los Lonely Boys, including their similar music styles, career trajectory and specifically the single "Heaven," but they also share Texan family-band roots as well. Salvador hails from a small Hispanic church in Austin with about 30 people in the congregation. Best enjoyed live, they play all their own instruments, which sound like normal band behavior, but with Salvador, you have to start counting the trumpets, jazz guitars and cowbells. Whether quiet praise and worship or crazy live jam Latin explosion, Salvador succeed because of their expert musicianship. Not many Christian rockers can get an all-Spanish-language song to top CCM charts.