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The Last Bandoleros pay tribute to Emilio Navaira with ‘What Would You Be Doing?’ music video

Brothers Diego and Emilio Navaira remember their Tejano star father with emotional tribute song and video.

The Last Bandoleros paid tribute to late Tejano icon Emilio Navaira with the release of the San Antonio-based Tex-Mex/Pop Rock band’s latest music video, “What Would You Be Doing?”

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Brothers Diego Navaira and Emilio Navaira IV, two members of The Last Bandoleros, are the sons of Grammy-winning entertainer, who passed away from a heart attack in his home on May 16, 2016, at the age of 53.

The tribute mixes Tejano sounds, including an evocative flamenco-style guitar line, with contemporary production, for an emotional remembrance of one of the most prominent artists in Tejano.

Diego Navaira said, “I’ve written a few since he passed. This one just felt right to share with our fans and especially his. His passing changed the way I write music. I write now with much more passion than I ever did.”

Emilio Navaira IV added, “I feel him every time that we play. That guy played every night like he was playing for a stadium. Whether he felt good, or healthy or sick or whatever. That’s instilled in me for sure — every time you go on stage, give it your all. Because you don’t know if you’re going to play again.”

The Last Bandoleros — “What Would You Be Doing?” Official Music Video
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1 comment on “The Last Bandoleros pay tribute to Emilio Navaira with ‘What Would You Be Doing?’ music video

  1. Michael Limon Romero

    Best Regards,
    Vatican Media

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