Roberto Pulido true to his roots
Posted: January 27, 2012 Filed under: accordion | Tags: accordion, bajo sexto, chicano, conjunto, pulido, tejano, tex-mex, valley
Legendary singer-songwriter Roberto Pulido describes his famous norteño, Tejano and rock ‘n’ roll sound as “like a guacamole.”
“It’s a little bit of this and a little bit of that,” said Pulido from his Edinburg office.
The fruits ‘n’ vegetables metaphor is fitting.
As a child of migrant farm workers, he grew up listening to conjunto and norteño as well as the music of Little Joe & the Latinaires and Sunny & the Sunliners while working in the fields.
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