Tierra is celebrating over 48 years in the music industry and the legendary band is planning new music and re-releasing their most current project on a national level.
The Los Angeles-based Chicano R&B band is the first Latino band to have four songs on the national chart with two of them in the Top 100 at the same time.
Tejano Nation contributor Fanny Gurl caught up with Tierra members Rudy Salas and Rudy Villa after their performance at the Latin Legends Dance at Casino Del Sol in Tucson, Arizona.
The duo spoke about the band’s beginning in the 1970s, the longevity of producing hits for over 48 years, news of their new album, “Tierra Ya LLego,” and their upcoming performances. They also shared their thoughts on the recent mass shooting in El Paso, Texas.
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