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Los Arenales collaborate with TikToker to cover ‘Te Quiero Mucho’

The West Texas-based band teams with El Tejano John Angel for a revival of a song by Pio Treviño.

Los Arenales released their latest single “Te Quiero Mucho,” the lead single from the West Texas-based band’s sophomore album Puro Desmadre.

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“Te Quiero Mucho” is a cover song of the hit made popular by legendary singer Pio Treviño.  This version features Tik Tok star and emerging Tejano artist El Tejano John Angel.  The full album, released on October 29, includes several original songs, a few covers, and also more guest artist features.

Los Arenales — “Te Quiero Mucho” ft El Tejano John Angel
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Originally started by the late Pedro Briseno, Los Arenales are now helmed by the next generation of the Briseno family with his sons Daniel and Matt Briseno aiming to make their father proud and ensure his musical legacy continues. The brothers play alongside their good friends (considered family) Chris Solis, Manuel Castanuela, and Ramiro Maldonado Jr. All the members have more than 20 plus years in the music industry and are destined for greatness with Los Arenales which features a blend of Tejano, Conjunto, Country, Rock, and Blues.

The group from Stanton, Texas released their debut album, Ya Llegaron, in December 2017, a CD showcasing several original ballads, cumbias, and covers of a few oldies but goodies.

“Te Quiero Mucho” from Los Arenales featuring El Tejano John Angel and the group’s sophomore album, Puro Desmadre, is available on all digital music platforms and TexSoundPublishing.com.   

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