it was a tragedy, but i feel bad for his wife who's going to take care of her.
Tejano singer Emilio Navaira had a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit, according to a report on the Houston Chronicle's Web site .
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#42 Jan 13, 2009
At least he can't beat her for awhile
#43 Aug 26, 2009
i think you all just need to pray for him cause if that was you in his shoes you would want the same!
#44 Aug 26, 2009
Tejano music what is Tejano music for all of the new generation. Our true traditional music is fading because it was not preserved like it should have been by our young generation true and authentic Tejano music was to be preserved and should have been continued by our kids. What happened to our tejano music was it taken over by the mexican music or the gringo music. Things have changed alot since 1960's but we should keep supporting our Tejano music viva la raza. And please do not let our tradition die tejano music should live forever. And yes no where are there people who can dance like a tejano or tejana. Viva la Raza
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