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  1. "The Dancing Cowboy". A legendary conjunto tejano accordionist from South Texas, Mingo and his band (Los Tremendos Cuatro Espadas) has…

  2. Chris Sandoval was a popular singer and interpreter of Tejano and Mexican songs, from rancheras to boleros, in the mid 1950s through 1960s. He…

  3. Los Dos Gilbertos come straight at you with their style of conjunto fino music straight out of the Lower Rio Grande Valley along with other…

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  5. With more than 100 records to his name, Tejano accordion player Tony De La Rosa is regarded as the king of the conjunto sound. Inducted into…

  6. Excerpt from MySpace page - Q: In 1995 TT recorded their last CD and in November of ’95 they played their last concert in Phoenix, AZ. What…

  7. Conjunto Los Pinkys play the traditional, Texas-style accordion/bajo sexto-driven dance rhythms known as "conjunto music".The music encompasses…

  8. Xelencia is a tejano music group

  9. Agnes Torres features the hot song Quiero Que Me Hagas Menos in the brand new recording entitled "Simplemente Amigos", Agnes Torres lead singer…

  10. VALERIO LONGORIA

    The "genius" of conjunto music, Valerio Longoria was born in Kenedy, Texas in 1924. He was the first of the post-World War II…

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