New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 4, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas
10-A HERALD-ZEITUNG SUNDAY. APRIL 4. 1993Arts and Entertainment
Little Joe leader of Tejano singers
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For over thirty years Grammy award winner Little Joe y La Familia has entertained thousands of music fans in Texas, the Southwest and across the nation.
This hugely popular Tex-Mex band has been described as *Texas Best Kept Secret.” Little Joe is known as the “King of Brown Sound” and is a pioneer of Tejano music.
Little Joe’s mixture of traditional “norteno” music, country blues and rock has been the foundation of the exploding Tejano sound.
Little Joe Hernandez grew up in Temple, the seventh child in a family of thirteen. He has appeared on the cover of Hispanic magazine, has recorded on the Sony label, and has made an album with Willie Nelson.
Little Joe has recorded over 40 albums in his musical career. His album, “Diez y Seis de Sep-tiembre,” received the 1991 Grammy for Best Mexican-American Album.
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His latest album, “Que Paso,” xviii be the first release on his oxvn Tejano Discos label.
The record company was formed as an outlet for producing and promotion of Little Joe, as well as young and upcoming talent.
In addition to being a leader in the music industry, Little Joe gives freely of his time, talent, and support to civic and charitable events.
Some of these include the National Leukemia Society Telethon, a National Easter Television Special, the National Hispanic Scholarship Fund, the Health Department of Texas, the AIDS Foundation, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the “Don’t Mess With Texas” campaign, Farm Aid, Campesino Aid, and the “Stay In School” program.
Little Joe has received numerous special awards from cities across the nation. He has been honored by four Texas governors and has been named “Humanitarian of the Year” by the Kiwa-nis Club.
Selena appeals to fans in U.S. and Mexico
Selena’s voice and magnetic rhythm rock comfortably between Tejano, Caribbean rhythms, ballads, English rock and hip-hop.
Her musical versatility, along with her stylistic choreography, has ensured her place as a favorite performer in the United States and Mexico.
She began her professional career at the age of nine. In 1981, with her father’s help, Selena
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organized her own band, Los Dinos. Their first recording came in 1983, followed by many others for various labels that served as a strong foundation for Selena’s musical career.
Selena was named Singer of the Year and Performer of the Year at the 1987 Tejano Music Awards. By 1992, she had consistently won both of these awards for five consecutive years. Other awards and honors include her nomination as Female Singer of the Year at the Lo Nuestro Awards.
Most of the songs recorded and performed by Selena are xvritten by her brother, Abraham Quintanilla III, who also arranges and produces her music.
Selena’s latest recording, “Entre a Mi Mundo” released on the Capitol/EMI Latin label went Gold just on pre-sale.
Selena is a widely recognized personality in the United States and in Mexico. Her charisma and talent have been showcased in such popular shows as “Sabado Gigante,” “El Show de Paul Rodriguez,” “La Feria de la Ale-gria,” “Lo Nuestro," “Johnny Canales,” “Festival Oti,” and “Bailando.”
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• D A R E. Dance Fri., 6 -12 pm
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• Pie Baking Contest Sunday 2 - 4 pm
• New Braunfels Village Brass Band Sunday 12-3 pm
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