Henry G Lozano has been a part of the Tejano music scene for 47 years starting at a young age playing drums and singing with his grandfather’s band, Conjunto Alamo de Leandro Guerrero.
Lozano recently released his third album, Mi Ultimo Amor, as an independent artist with his band Los Bandoleros. Tejano fans have started to take notice of the singer-songwriter born and raised on the south side of San Antonio.
After spending many years with other bands in the San Antonio area, Lozano decided to start his own band 15 years writing his own songs. The Tejano ROOTS Hall of Famer, inducted in 2017, shares details on his career and current music in an exclusive interview with Tejano Nation radio affiliate KLMO 98.9 FM in San Antonio, Texas during “The Puro Jale Show” with DJ Jale.
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