Newcomer Liz Garcia releases cover of ‘No Te Olvidaré’ from upcoming debut album [AUDIO]

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Tejano newcomer Liz Garcia released her latest single, “No Te Olvidaré,” a cover of the classic hit from Mazz.

“I personally love this song and I think I put a lot of feeling in it,” Garcia told Tejano Nation. “Enough to have you feel the song. Although the style is different from it’s original version, I honestly think you will like my version, at least I hope…It has a Norteño/Tejano twist to it.”

This is the latest single from her debut album Había Una VezOnce Upon A Time, scheduled to be released on October 31.

The singer from San Antonio, Texas added that the album’s title tells her story in the music industry, “(It) means that I consider myself a shooting star, came out of nowhere and only God knows where I’m headed in this musical journey and I want people to remember me and always say my story…Había Una Vez…Once Upon A Time…Liz Garcia.”

The album features seven original songs written by Garcia, a collaboration with her sister Imelda Villarreal, a collaboration with Mexican songwriter William Alfaro De Leon and the Mazz cover for a total of 10 songs.  The album was self-funded by Garcia and took two years to complete, with production by Roberto Arista Briones and Tony Terrazas.

Había Una VezOnce Upon A Time is available for pre-order through October 14 via her official Facebook page.

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LISTEN: “No Te Olvidaré” — Liz Garcia





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Romeo is a media professional with over 25 years of experience in radio and digital media. He is the Managing Editor for, the premiere website for everything Tejano, and host of the Tejano Nation Podcast.

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