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Ricky Valenz shares details of 2015 Tejano Music Awards performance

By ROMEO@RomeoOnAirPosts | Bio
By ROMEO
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Three-time Tejano Music Awards winner Ricky Valenz shared details of his upcoming performance for the 35th edition of the annual awards show in San Antonio on October 24, 2015.

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The singer posted the details via his official Facebook page on Friday.

“Once again I’m glad to announce that I will be performing LIVE and showcasing some of my latest unreleased material from my new upcoming album entitled Realizando Sueñosas.. as well as bringing out a SPECIAL GUEST with me on stage my homie DJ Kane to perform our latest unreleased collab song together off my new album entitled “Que Seas Feliz”… Hope to see you out there tomorrow night Gente!!”

Valenz released the first single, “Esperandote,” from his upcoming album in July. The hit song was produced by international super producer A.B. Quintanilla and multi-Grammy Award winning Gilbert Velasquez. Quintanilla also co-wrote the song with Ricky Vela.  Valenz will also include a collaboration with Chris Perez on the album.  Realizando Sueñosas is expected to be released soon.

The 35th annual Tejano Music Awards will be held at the Tobin Center in San Antonio on October 24, 2015 and streamed live on KXTN.com beginning at 7:00 p.m. CT.  For more information and to purchase tickets, log on to TejanoMusicAwards.com.

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