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La Fiebre showcase classic sound with ‘Juntito A Ti’ from Latin GRAMMY-nominated album ‘Histórico’

The upbeat Tejano-style ranchera features the classic sound of the Monsters of Tejano Rock.

Courtesy of Freddie Records

“Juntito A Ti” is the latest release from Tejano supergroup La Fiebre from their Latin GRAMMY-nominated album Histórico from Freddie Records.

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The upbeat Tejano-style ranchera was written by Joe Revelez and produced by Mariano Herrera. The song, recorded at the famous Legends Sound Studios in Corpus Christi, Texas, features the instantly recognizable classic rhythm and horn section of La Fiebre with plenty of tasty accordion fills.

La Fiebre consists of original founding members Rudy Rocha (guitars, background vocals), Luis Ayala (trumpet, saxophone, keyboards, background vocals), and Joe Angel Reynosa (bass, background vocals). The band also includes J Angel Cantu (lead vocals), Julian Gonzalez (accordion, keyboards), Jonas Flores (trumpet), and Joe Lara (drums, percussion).

“Juntito A Ti” is another outstanding track from Histórico that will definitely appeal to fans of the classic Tejano Rock sound of La Fiebre. Histórico is available on all digital music platforms and FreddieStore.com.

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