Collaboration of musicians, Proyecto, release ‘Ya Me Enteré’ [AUDIO]

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A collaboration of musicians from a few different bands has come together as Proyecto and released “Ya Me Enteré” (“I Found Out”), the lead single from an upcoming EP.

“Proyecto is a studio project that we decided to do,” Proyecto member Eric “E-Rock” Avalos told Tejano Nation. “This is just a fun project…that we all just got together and jammed. This first single is what came out of it. We’re moving forward on recording more great music from here on out.”

Although the musicians have full-time jobs with their respective bands, they came together to share their love of music on this project.

Proyecto is formed by various studio and touring musicians, including Eddie Cordova, bassist for Isabel Marie and The Vibe, Brandon “Chino” Ortiz, former guitarist from Siggno, accordionist Manuel Rendon of Los Badd Boyz Del Valle, and three members of the Art Tigerina Band, drummer Eric Grieco, accordionist Johnny Arocha and keyboardist Erick “E-Rock” Avalos, who is also the lead vocalist.

“Ya Me Enteré” was produced and arranged by Proyecto and will be available at all digital music platforms on June 28, 2019.

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LISTEN: Proyecto — “Ya Me Enteré”


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