Abraham Quintanilla opens up about his daughter Selena, his memoir A Father’s Dream: My Family’s Journey In Music, and much more in the Season 10 premiere episode of The AC Cruz Podcast, released on Oct. 10.
In part one of the two part interview, “Mr. Q” chats with AC Cruz about his start in the music business as part of The Dinos in 1957, the importance of his family keeping the memory of his daughter alive after she was murdered by her fan club president in 1995, the friction between legendary band La Mafia and Selena’s legacy, and he addressed so much more from his book, A Father’s Dream: My Family’s Journey In Music, which was published in May 2021.
Listen to the full interview with Abraham Quintanilla on the Season 10 premiere of The AC Cruz Podcast below. Hear previous episodes and get more details at TheACCruzPodcast.com.
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