Start polishing those Stacy’s, the 2014 Rancho Alegre Conjunto Festival will be taking place February 7-9, 2014. Again at the Moose Lodge in Austin, Texas!
Start looking at flights, hotels, banking vacation days, etc…you won’t want to miss this one! Lineup to be announced, but we bring legends, veterans, and up-and-coming conjuntos from all over Texas for a 3-day demonstration of Conjunto power!
How cool is this? Super Tejano Radio out of Monterrey, Mexico, interviewed our very own Baldomero “El Parrandero” Cuellar about his experiences in the industry and about Rancho Alegre Radio.
It will be broadcast Wednesday, July 24th, at 9 am Central time.
Tuesday August 6th, Baldomero “El Parrandero” and Piper will be hitting the community radio airwaves at KOOP 91.7FM in Austin.
We will be joining program host Austin radio legend and Texas music aficionado Ted Branson in the studio for a morning of Conjunto, classic Tejano, Orquesta, and more. It will be a show you won’t want to miss!
It’s time again for another great Rancho Alegre Radio dance at the Moose Lodge in East Austin. This time with Tejano superstar Marcos Orozco!
Please join us as we welcome one of the most beautiful voices in Tejano music to the family dancehall on the east side.
Every year, the A.B. Cantu Pan-American Recreation Center, in conjunction with Austin Parks & Recreation and the City of Austin, presents a month of weekly family-friendly FREE outdoor concerts featuring a variety of Latin music, from Mariachi to Latin Hip-Hop to Tejano and Conjunto.
All these shows are free and family-friendly. Bring your coolers, lawn chairs and blankets. No glass, please!
This year’s lineup is as follows:
Every summer, the A.B. Cantu Pan-American Recreation Center hosts the Hillside Concert Series on Tuesday nights. Always a free, family-friendly event, the series features Latino performers of all musical backgrounds at the eastside venue.
Those scheduled to perform this year include (links go to the Facebook events):
Freddie Martinez, or simply Freddie, is one of the most influential men in Tejano music history. Since beginning his professional career in the 1950s, Martinez has seen both sides of the business. He built a record company from scratch in the 1970s, which became successful enough for him to retire from being a working musician.