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idea and blew it up into some great musical arrangements with lots of horns because orchestras are dying and I don’t want them to die out.
 
“I grew up with and I love conjunto, but with fine-tuned vocals, as that of Eddie “Lalo” Torres and Bene Medina, whose style features a lot of feelings; and that’s what I wanted to bring back for the people. That’s why David Cortinas is doing the harmonies with me.”
 
In the process, Santillano reunited with Sáenz and René García and also brought in Al Gómez, trumpet; Gibby Escobedo, saxophone; and Jorge Alejandro on bass – all whom he dubbed as The Crockett Band.
 
Besides the performance of every musician on this recording, the upcoming CD release party is unique in that everyone who purchases a CD will receive a free steak and shrimp dinner. So come one, come all to the B&N Sports Bar at 4910 S. Flores Street on Sunday, October 2.
For more information call Santillano at (210) 725-7383.

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