The second annual All-Star Music Awards handed out accolades to rising Tejano stars during a virtual ceremony via social media platforms on July 26.
The ceremony. originally scheduled for May 25 at the Arneson River Theatre in San Antonio, Texas, was postponed to July over coronavirus concerns. The All-Star Music Awards support and recognize local and international Tejano talent.
Aisha and Ray-Ray were the big winners taking home two awards each. Aisha, who released her debut album Mi Vida en Cancion in 2018, won Female Entertainer of the Year and Song of the Year for “Baby Baby.” Ray-Ray won Male Entertainer of the Year and Video of the Year for “Costumbres.”
Other winners include Tejano Highway 281 for Album of the Year with The 281 Studio Sessions, Vocal Duo of the Year was Shelly Lares and JR Gomez for their hit collaboration “Ayer”. Tony Guerrero Y La Sombra won Tejano Group of the Year, Devin Banda was Female Vocalist of the Year, and Best Conjunto went to the Conjunto Cats.
Full list of winners at the 2020 All-Star Music Awards:
Album of the Year: Tejano Highway 281, The 281 Studio Sessions
Song of the Year: Aisha, “Baby Baby”
Male Entertainer of the Year: Ray-Ray
Female Entertainer of the Year: Aisha
Female Vocalist of the Year: Devin Banda
Best Tejano Group of the Year: Tony Guerrero Y La Sombra
Best Conjunto Group of the Year: Conjunto Cats
Vocal Duo of the Year: Shelly Lares & JR Gomez, “Ayer”
Best Video of the Year: Ray-Ray, “Costumbres”
Best Songwriter of the Year: Roger Contreras
Best Producer of the Year: Gabriel Zavala
Best Uprising Male: Ismael Gutierrez
Best Uprising Female: Marisa Rose Mejia
Best Accordion Player of the Year: Frankie “Lightning” Perez
Best Bajo/Guitar Player of the Year: Roberto “Boo Boo” Martinez
Best Journalist/Photographer of the Year: Vanessa Torres, Tejano Nation
Best On-Air Radio Personality: Bigg Boyee, KLMO 98.9 FM – San Antonio
Best Internet Radio Personality: Karaoke Joe, TrodownMixx.com
Best Promoter of the Year: Theresa Martinez, Lola Promotions
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