Probably best known for his 1995 hit, “Cruz de Madera,” Salgado’s music appeals to Tejano and Norteño fans alike, much like one of his idols, Ramón Ayala. In fact, the raspy-voiced southpaw accordionist even pays homage to Ayala on his album, Homenaje A Mis Idolos, released last year. Lately, Salgado has tried his hand at Country music, recording “Honky Tonks and Cantinas” for his Grammy-nominated 2011 album, No Vengo A Ver Si Puedo…Si Por Que Puedo Vengo. He continued this trend with the single, “Buscando Amor,” a Spanish-language cover of the Johnny Lee classic “Lookin’ For Love,” and rearranged as a cumbia.
Long story short: A little something for everyone from one of the most popular performers around..
Tejano Ranch is located at 7601 North Lamar, just south of Highway 183 in north Austin. The doors open at 8 p.m. The cover charge is $12 before 9 p.m, and $15 cover after 9 p.m. 18+ are welcome. Visit the Facebook event page here.