Tristan Ramos was awarded Best New Male Artist at the 39th annual Tejano Music Awards on Nov. 16 in San Antonio, Texas at the Scottish Rite Theatre.
The 13-year-old accordionist and singer from Midland, Texas spoke to Tejano Nation correspondent Veronique about the debut album that earned him the win, his brain surgery last year and what he has planned for future projects.
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Tristan Ramos at the 39th Tejano Music Awards
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