Romero, the nominee for Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2016 Tejano Music Awards, told Tejano Nation Radio host Romeo about her latest single, produced by Grammy Award winner Hugo Guerrero, a.k.a. The Charanga King.
The singer from Santa Fe, New Mexico, who has won over 30 New Mexico Hispano Music Awards, also spoke about the growing Tejano music scene in the “Land Of Enchantment.”
The interview originally aired on Tejano Nation Radio affiliate Q99.5 on April 29, as Romero was heading towards her show in San Angelo that night.
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