Isabel Marie Sanchez is one of the brightest stars in Tejano music. The 17-year-old singer, who just graduated high school while navigating an award-winning music career, has released her latest single “La Pollera Colora.”
It is a cover of the iconic and classic song of Colombian and Latin American folklore that was first recorded in the 1960s.
“I had a lot of fun recording it, it is definitely something you can dance to and just let loose, you know, not really think about anything else and just enjoy the music,” Isabel Marie told Fierro HD morning hosts Bo Leo and Jonny Ramirez in an interview. “I loved it!”
“Which is crazy to think I’m only 17 years old and I have almost five albums out already,” she said. “I’m so blessed to be able to have an amazing family like the Quintanillas believing in me and helping me in my music journey. I really am so grateful for it. I’m really excited. I think people are going to enjoy this new album.”
The Chicago born vocalist also spoke about continuing her education, gave an impromptu performance of Minnie Ripperton’s “Loving You,” and so much more.
“La Pollera Colora” from Isabel Marie Sanchez is currently available at your favorite digital music platform.
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