[5/22] Preview: Elida y Avante and Solido at Tejano Ranch

Tonight will be the last Friday night at Tejano Ranch (more on that in a few). Tejano superstar Elida Reyna y Avante will bring her “A” game (as she always does), as will the super-popular Texas Norteño, Sólido. About the groups… In the past few years, Reyna has dominated Tejano music, consistently taking home honors […]

[5/1] Preview: Michael Salgado at Tejano Ranch

Friday May 1, Tejano Ranch welcomes superstar Michael Salgado back to the stage. Fans will get a taste of Ramon Ayala-inspired, Norteño-flavored Tejano, courtesy of the San Antonio superstar nicknamed “El Zurdo de Oro.” Probably best known for his 1995 hit, “Cruz de Madera,” Salgado’s music appeals to Tejano and Norteño fans alike, much like […]

[4/18] Preview: Grupo Sólido at Tejano Ranch

Tonight Tejano Ranch welcomes back the Tejano-Norteño group, Sólido. The Rio Grande City-based band is often categorized with other groups like Duelo, Siggno, and Intocable, all of whom play a style that some call “Texas Norteño,” borrowing from both Tejano and Norteño, which are related, but still quite different. Sólido describes their sound as “romantic […]

[7/3] Preview: Ramon Ayala y Sus Bravos Del Norte at Tejano Ranch

Wednesday July 3, Tejano Ranch welcomes back one of the most popular performers in Texas music history. “El Rey Del Acordeón” Ramon Ayala y Sus Bravos Del Norte, will delight the crowd with a pre-Fourth of July celebration at the north Austin club. After beginning his career in the early 1960s with Cornelio Reyna as […]

[5/15] Preview: Ramón Ayala at the Texas State Capitol

This evening, May 15, one of the most popular performers in Texas music history comes to the Texas State Capitol. “El Rey Del Acordeón” Ramón Ayala y Sus Bravos Del Norte, will be playing a free concert on the south steps of the Capitol building-a show that will likely be remembered as historic for years […]

[4/12] Preview: Sólido and Grupo Vidal at Tejano Ranch

On Friday, April 12, Tejano Ranch welcomes back Rio Grande City’s Sólido, along with Grupo Vidal from Kingsville. Sólido and Vidal are often categorized with other groups like Duelo, Siggno, and Intocable, all of whom play a style that some call “Texas Norteño,” borrowing from both Tejano and Norteño, which are related, but still quite […]