The official music video was released May 5 for the cross-cultural, cross-genre collaboration, “Chupacabra,” that features the tight musicianship of two powerhouses in their own right: country music’s longtime live performing favorites, Randy Rogers Band, and GRAMMY-nominated Norteño group, La Maquinaria Norteña.
The two groups joined together for the catchy, bilingual song and fun music video, which features a line dance of the same name. The video was filmed at Silver Saloon in Terrell, Texas, and produced and directed by Andy Tran for Muddy Shutter Media (MSM).
Randy Rogers and Keith Nieto, saxophonist and group leader for La Maquinaria Norteña, met and hit it off during the recording of the song. The two can be seen in a Tik Tok video doing the line dance, “Chupacabra,” and inviting fans to join them in the #chupacabrachallenge.
Check out that video below and the official music video and stay posted for an interview with Rogers and Nieto coming soon on Tejano Nation!
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