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Mike Gonzalez opens up about final conversation with his father Jimmy Gonzalez

The son of the late Tejano icon shares his final conversation with his father in an interview with FIerro HD's Bo Corona Show.

Mike Gonzalez performs at New West in Dallas, Texas. | Photo credit: Thomas Vasquez / Tommy Gunz Photography

Mike Gonzalez shared the final conversation he had with his father Jimmy Gonzalez before the Tejano legend passed away in June 2018. The conversation is a preview of a full interview with Fierro HD afternoon host Bo Corona.


In the audio shared with Tejano Nation, Mike talks about the emotional conversation with his father after a show in Bryan, Texas. The last performance for the Mazz co-founder with his son as drummer days before the death of the Tejano icon from complications of diabetes.

You can listen to the preview below:

Mike Gonzalez on Fierro HD’s Bo Corona Show

Jimmy Gonzalez is remembered as a pioneer, icon, and one of the most influential artists in Tejano music leading Grupo Mazz to multiple Grammy Awards and Latin Grammy Awards.

RELATED: Mike Gonzalez continues legacy of father Jimmy Gonzalez with upcoming album

Mike Gonzalez is continuing the legacy of his father as he plans to release a debut album with his own band, Mike Gonzalez and The Iconiczz, with a double Z at the end as a tribute to his father’s band Mazz.

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