This will not be the first trip to a Grammy ceremony for the 74-year-old “El Gato Negro,” he won a Grammy for Best Tejano Album in 2009, and has other nominations under his belt. He also won a Grammy for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album in 1999 for his work with Los Super Seven, a Latino super group also featuring Raul Malo, Flaco Jimenez and Rick Trevino.
Other nominees included in this year’s Best Tejano Album category, include Elida Reyna Y Avante with Al Fin Completa, La Fiebre with Nueva Era, Solido with Sentimientos, Alazzan with Tributo Al Amor Y Dolor, and Los Gallitos with Dueña De Mi Amor.
The 16th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, set for Thursday, Nov. 19 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, will be broadcast live on the Univision Network at 8 ET /7 CT. But before the televised show, about 90 percent of the awards, including the Best Tejano Album category, will be presented at the Latin Grammy pre-show, The Latin Grammy Premiere, and streamed beginning at 5 ET / 4 CT on Univision.com.
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