Los Texmaniacs received a Grammy nomination in the category of Best Regional Mexican Album (Including Tejano) for their album Cruzando Borders. The Recording Academy announced the nominations for the 61st Grammy Awards on Friday.
This is the second Grammy nomination for the band from San Antonio, Texas, that was created by Max Baca in 1997 incorporating elements from genres such as Rock & Roll and Jazz, while still honoring the roots of conjunto and Tejano. In 2010, Los Texmaniacs won a Grammy Award for Tejano Album of The Year for Borders y Bailes.
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See the full list of nominees for the 61st Grammy Awards here. The Grammy Awards will air Feb. 10 on CBS, broadcast live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
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