Author: Piper LeMoine

I manage all things technical, administrative, and creative at Austin's own Rancho Alegre, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting Conjunto music. Our projects include digitizing recordings, interviewing legendary and up-and-coming artists, maintaining and constructing a historical record of Tejano and Conjunto music, connecting artists with professional and business services, and presenting the annual Rancho Alegre Conjunto Festival and various events throughout the year.
Music

COVID survivors Maria y Cien Grados release new cumbia “Vamos a Bailar”

While members of the Austin-based band are recovering from COVID-19, the latest single from their upcoming debut album has been released.