The #1 Conjunto Show Band period! 40-something years now Jaime DeAnda has been leading the pack. He visits with AC to discuss why he’s been keeping a low profile for the past couple of months, the sudden name change and a possible reunion with the original “Los Chamacos” all this and more on the final episode of season two.
Ramiro “Ram” Herrera aka the “Most Wanted Man” aka “The Outlaw”…and the list goes on. He laughs it up with AC Cruz about his recent medical scare, talks about new music and paying tribute with some classic country. He also explains learning to sing before he could talk as a child. Favorite memories of longtime buddies Emilio Navaira and Roberto Pulido all this and more on this episode.
His debut CD went over well with fans and critics alike. 1 number one and a couple of top 10 hits. He is Stevie D and the anticipation of his sophomore release “Ahora Sigo Yo” comes with a bit of controversy and rumors to boot. Stevie D. sits down with AC to chat and reminisce of his breaking into the biz and putting all rumors to rest. This and much more on this episode.
Steve Jordan III sits down to chat with AC Cruz about a documentary in the works, a book and releasing new music from the archives of his world-renowned father Esteban “Steve” Jordan. Sharing stories from his upbringing, his extraordinary music to his role in the comedy “Born in East L.A.” with Cheech Marin and Paul Rodriguez. Steve even discusses the MYTHS of his father’s drug use. all this and more on this episode.
He’s recognized by three initials DLG. He’s helped launch the careers of many. Ram Herrera, Emilio Navaira, Jay Perez and so many more, and ready to chat with AC Cruz about how he got his start with his father and brothers forming Los Musicales. Funny stories about former vocalists, what he does to relax and what he thinks about retiring. All this and more on this episode it’s David Lee Garza.
Jesse Turner y Grupo Siggno it’s a first for both. Jesse’s first ever podcast and the first FB Live for AC Cruz, what’s the worst that could happen. He talks about the 1st time he heard his song on the radio, his son’s tragic accident that would change his life forever. Plus new tours, new countries for 2019 all this and more on this episode.
2 Incredible artists 2 unique styles ONE awesome collaboration! Legendary Johnny Hernandez and Grammy award winner Chente Barrera team up to tackle an updated version of a Tejano classic “Diganle” This new hit is sure to quickly to become one of your favs.
Both chatting with AC about music, the “hippie movement” Johnny’s relationship with his older brother Little Joe and his brand new book called “The Cotton Picker an Odyssey” this and much more.
They’re called Tejano Highway 281 known to their fans as Los 281er’s. Nonetheless they are definitely the ultimate party band! Playing all kinds of music from Cumbia to Country Tejano to Conjunto. Touring Arizona, California, Michigan, Washington State, Texas and more. It’s non-stop craziness and chaos on this episode.
CBS Radio VP of Spanish Programming JD Gonzalez aka Bo Leo and Jonny Ramirez, once the dynamic duo of KXTN in San Antonio. Well, they’re back! Together again doing what they do best, their morning show, on Puro Tejano Fierro 107.5 from Dallas Tx. AC and Jonny “roast” JD just a bit, reminiscing and storytelling on this episode.
Grammy Award winner David Farias is an accomplished accordionist and lead vocalist, who has toured around the world, but not by choice.
He’s been on his own for quite a while now, toured with The Tex-Maniacs and more. Now, he finally sits down to chat with AC Cruz about what really happened between him and his brothers…but not all of them. What happened with David Farias and La Tropa F?