Tejano music artists Selena y Los Dinos, in their cow-print stage costumes. Photo is from a media press kit promoting their concert at Sea World of Texas in San Antonio slotted for Saturday, Aug. 28, 1993. PHOTO COURTESY OF SEA WORLD OF TEXAS (1993) [E/N FILE PHOTO] Photo: SPECIAL TO THE EXPRESS-NEWS / E/N FILE PHOTO
"When my dad first introduced us to Tejano music we were like, no you can't make us play it. There were times we would come in to practice and we would start crying, 'We don't wanna learn this music.' But we learned it and now that's all we listen to on the radio and we like to play it." - Selena
"Bidi bidi bom bom!" - Just finished up the rhinestone covered bra top! It was inspired by Selena, 'the queen of tejano music!' Can't wait to sport this baby at Pop NYE tomorrow! Anyone else going?! (ps. DIY tutorial on the blog later this week!) #DIY #handmade #rhinestonebra #bratop #pop2012 #popnye #electronic #music #event #rave #selena #SelenaQuintanilla #Inspired
With Oscar Flores (the man who dubbed her "Queen of Tejano") 1995 Tejano Music Awards.
Freddie Fender (Baldemar Huerta) - vocals & guitar with René Moody - bass; Little Herman - drums; Louis Moody. late '50s and early '60s, Freddie Fender won legions of Tejano Music fans throughout Texas and Southwest with his Spanish versions of rock, pop, and rhythm & blues. Mexican ranchera standards, American hits which he translated and sang in Spanish, his own garage-rock style compositions recorded for the Ideal label of San Benito, Texas. Freddie Fender at his pure and youthful best.
Gary Hobbs' rise among Tejano Music's elite performers has taken years of determination. Gary's history of hit records, gold and platinum awards, industry achievements, humanitarian contributions and hard work are legendary. Gary is an artist with a great tradition of excellent music with his very own style.