Selena was known as the queen of Tejano music when she was killed in March, 1995, and fans came out of the woodwork after her death to let her family know how beloved she was. The family needs support again, after the loss of six Houston relatives who died during Hurricane Harvey.
On Sunday, Oct. 9 at 6 p.m., Liberty Hall will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by partnering with John Soules Food and the Hispanic Professionals Association of Tyler (HPAT) to show the film “Selena.”
The title of this article says it all! Jennifer Lopez took the stage in Dallas and performed a cover of ‘No Me Queda Mas,’ originally sung by slain Tejano singer Selena . If you’re a fan of J. Lo, then you know that Lopez portrayed the singer in the 1997 film ap…
Selena Gomez has a surprising new duet partner, and it ain’t her boy Justin Bieber, either. The ‘Hit the Lights’ singer is actually paired up with slain Tejana songbird Selena (Quintanilla Perez) on a new tribute album.