Arizona radio personality Fanny Gurl has joined Tejano Nation as contributor. She will cover the Southwest region music and entertainment scene for TejanoNation.net, the premiere website for Tejano music, news and entertainment.
Fanny Gurl is currently an on-air personality at KPYT-LP 100.3 Yoeme Radio, “The Voice of the Pasqua Yaqui Tribe” in Tucson, Arizona. The 33-year-old El Paso, Texas native is the KPYT Tejano Music Director and co-hosts The More Variety Morning Show with Hector Yousey and is also on air Wednesdays 4-6 p.m. MT and Fridays 9-11 a.m. MT.
She has a passion for Tejano music, loves entertaining and has established a large following within the Tejano music world, on the radio, and via the internet.
“Fanny Gurl’s passion for Tejano music and the Southwest music scene is a great addition to the Tejano Nation team,” said TejanoNation.net Digital Managing Editor John Henry Medina. “We’ve been looking for the right person to cover the Southwest region and she’s the perfect fit for the job. Fanny will provide great content to help TejanoNation.net remain the premiere website for Tejano music, news and entertainment.”
Fanny Gurl, a.k.a Fanny Carreon, also works full time in law enforcement and is working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology.
To use Fanny Gurl’s catch phrase, “Let’s get Tejano wasted.”