One thing, that I love to do is relive that Tejano nostalgia, and here is another story that does that! Some of you don't know, that KLUB used to be a Tejano station, back in the day in Victoria. So you could say Tejano is back home in Victoria. Carlos Guerra 'The Mixmaster' was one of the original DJs at the original KLUB Tejano 1069. and he will be in the studio soon to talk about the original 106.9 crew as well.  He also sent me this awesome clipping which brings back mad memories!

Check out the lineup for the West Key Loung back in December of 1994!

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WEDNESDAY 12/7/1994: LOS AMIGOS

FRIDAY 12/9/1994: SHELLY LARES

SATURDAY 12/10/1994: GRUPO ESTRELLA

THURSDAY 12/15/1994: ANNA ROMAN

FRIDAY 12/16/1994: XPLOSIVO

SATURDAY 12/17/1994: LA ESCONDIDA

WEDNESDAY 12/21/1994: TEMA

THURSDAY 12/22/1994: STEFANI MONTIEL

FRIDAY 12/23/1994: RODEO

SUNDAY 12/25 AND 12/28/1994: ZENA, Shout out to George! 

THURSDAY 12/29/1994: NEW VARIETY BAND

FRIDAY 12/30/1994: PRE-NEW YEARS EVE BASH Featuring Ricard Castillon Y La Differenzia

You will also see Carlos 'Mixmaster' Guerra's name mixing it up as well!  Side note, this was the year that Ricardo Castillon signed with Arista Records.Also with Arista was Joel Nava and the Original Border band.  You also see Los Amigos on this list, it is so awesome to see the longevity with Los Amigos and now Los Amigos ASG!  Grupo Zena with the lead singer Jay Palacios and a shout to George Cavazos! What about Grupo Zena? Also Grupo Tema. Of course, a shout-out to Albert Garcia from Los Amigos, the original group.   Victoria has always had an awesome Tejano scene!

Estrella dropped 'La Unica Estrella' back in 1993, so you can just imagine a 'grito' fest. Whatever happened to Grupo Rodeo, those dudes were awesome, especially that one cumbia, 'Esta Vez' Who do you remember seeing live at The West Key Lounge? The 90s were a time like no other in Tejano music. A big thanks to Carlos Guerra for the awesome clipping.

Carlos Guerra
Carlos Guerra
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