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  • Charlie Wilson

    Timeless. It’s something every artist wants to be, but few earn the distinction. Charlie Wilson’s name is on that short list.From his breakout as a member of the Gap Band (“You Dropped A Bomb On Me,”“Outstanding”) in the ‘80s to his revered solo recordings (2005’s certified gold Charlie,Last Name Wilson, 2009’s Grammy nominated Uncle Charlie), Wilson has soldmillions of albums, inspired a throng of artists who modeled their vocal stylings after his (most notably Aaron Hall and R. Kelly) and cemented his status as a musical icon withaccolades from Billboard and BET, among a host of others. Performing Saturday September 15th

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    Voz De Mando

    Voz de Mando initially made a name for themselves with the self-released albums Levantando la Voz (2009) and 12 Impactos de Alto Calibre (2009). Upon signing a recording contract with the Univision Music Group label Disa Records, they made their major-label album debut with Con la Nueva Federacion (2010). One of several songs on the album written by Gaxiola brother Miguel, the album’s lead single, the corrido “Comandos del M.P. (500 Balazos),” was a breakout hit for the group, reaching the Top Ten of the Billboard Regional Mexican Songs chart.
    Performing Sunday September 16th.

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    Enanitos Verdes

    Enanitos Verdes is a successful rock trio from Argentina, formed in 1979 in the city of Mendoza. Throughout their career they have managed to gain important positions on Argentine and Latin American charts. For more information visit the band’s personal website here. Performing Sunday September 16th.

    A.B. Quintanilla & The Kumbia All Starz

    Kumbia All Starz is a Mexican-American cumbia music group from Corpus Christi, Texas, created by A.B. Quintanilla. Kumbia All Starz are not to be confused with Los Kumbia Kings although some members are originally from Los Kumbia Kings. Their 2006 debut album Ayer Fue Kumbia Kings, Hoy Es Kumbia All Starz reached number one on Billboard’s Latin Pop Albums chart, number one on the Top Latin Albums chart, and number sixty-eight on the Billboard 200.[1]
    Performing Saturday September 15th.

    Mariachi Sol de México®

    Formed by Jóse Hernàndez in 1981, Sol de México® was created to reflect the vision of an inspiring, artistic mariachi ensemble. As true representatives of a treasured cultural heritage, Sol de México® are a cohesive, dynamic team who have accepted the vision to live on as the Nation’s Premier Mariachi. For more information, visit their website here Performing Sunday September 16th.

    Jay Perez

    The Voice Jay Perez born in San Antonio, Texas is an American Tejano musician, notable for his blending of Rhythm and Blues with traditional Tejano music . Initially a drummer he became a leading vocalist for Latin Breed and then David Lee Garza y los Musicales, Perez began a solo career in the early 1990s.[1] He has released several solo albums. He has also won several Tejano Music Awards.[2] To his fan base, he is known or referred to as “The Voice”. For more information visit Jay’s personal website here. Performing Saturday September 15th.

    Ram Herrerra

    Ram became the lead singer for David Lee Garza Y Los Musicales in 1981 and audiences across the country saw him shine like a star. So bright in fact that he was signed to his own high profile solo recording contract. Selena often opened shows for him and it was Ram Herrera on the bill with her at the now famous concert at the Houston Rodeo depicted in the Selena movie. Now, in the middle of his career, twenty years and twenty four records later, Ram’s still at the top of his genre. For more information visit Ram’s personal website here.
    Performing Saturday September 15th.

    David Lee Garza

    David Lee Garza is currently enjoying enormous superstar success as both a musician and a down-home Tejano music hero. His unique brand of music is spontaneous and rich with sensitive tradition in the Tejano, or Tex-Mex industry. What is David Lee about? He’s about the goodness in life. Respect for one’s family, the sharing of one’s self with others and expecting nothing in return, and being the best at whatever you do. Garza is no different than any other living legend, everything about him is a true inspiration of those around him. For more information visit David’s personal website here. Performing Saturday September 15th.

    Joe Posada

    As one of Tejano Music’s most celebrated recording artists, Joe Posada is widely renowned by music lovers for having combined the sounds of Jazz and Tejano, thus creating a unique melodic fuse that has been found both intriguing and real by audiences. A sought-after entertainer, versatile fountain of musical proficiency, and an unmatched source of melodious passion and ardor, Posada continues to enthrall audiences everywhere he goes; reminding them that great music and first-class entertainment is not at all a thing of the past! For more information visit Joe’s personal website here. Performing Saturday September 15th.

    Gilbert Velasquez and the Expo All Stars

    Gilbert Velasquez, born in Seguin, TX and raised in San Antonio, TX. President of “Velasquez Productions Inc.” in San Antonio TX, has been a part of “Tejano Music” since the mid ‘70’s. He began performing as a guitarist in the early 70’s and finally jointed “The Royal Jesters” in 1974 recording the album “The Band”. From 1976 to 1979 Gilbert toured Europe, the Far East and beyond with a band called SugarJammer, bringing tejano to thousands of our military troops overseas. After returning to San Antonio, Gilbert worked closely with the newborn TTMA to begin what we know today as the “Tejano Music Awards”. Now a 10 Grammy Winning Producer, his passion for playing live takes on a whole new meaning as he brings his unique show of Super Star Musicians to Expo Americas. For more information visit Gilbert’s personal website here. Performing Saturday September 15th.

    Joel Guzman & Sarah Fox

    The brilliant and multitalented duo of accordionist/arranger/producer Joel Guzman and singer/songwriter Sarah Fox pay tribute to their Tex-Mex roots while crafting an exciting new mix on their latest CD “Mas Conjuntazzo.” From the time Guzman could hold an accordion, he excelled at performing and was nicknamed “El Pequeno Gigante”(“The Little Giant”), for his virtuosity.Guzman found his way to Texas where he met singer/songwriter Sarah Fox. Today Guzman & Fox are virtuosic performers, devoting themselves to numerous musical aggregations; their band Aztex inspired the formation of Los Super Seven, for which they took home a Grammy (1999.) Performing Saturday September 15th.