Los Texas Wranglers

Los Texas Wranglers

 Manchaca, Texas, USA

Los Texas Wranglers is a very entertaining band. They not only play the traditional Mexican Conjunto songs but they can perform a mix of blues, country, and rock songs. They have very talented and appealing vocalists that offers music that all age and ethnic groups can enjoy.


Julian L. Fernandez founded Los Texas Wranglers in October 1999. This is a project that he is very proud of. Julian wanted a Conjunto that Austin, Texas could be proud of and afford to hire. The band is made up of great musicians, all of who have their own history in la onda with some of the great and famous Tejano stars.

Los Texas Wranglers have been working hard at making this Conjunto known. By playing cities all over Texas as well as in Arizona, Illinois, Tennessee, California and Washington, they have kept their Conjunto going and built an ever-growing fan base. The bandÂ’s main focus is the audience and showing the younger generation how much fun Conjunto music can be. They perform all styles of Tejano/Conjunto music that extends to Country, Blues, and Pop music. Their music appeals to every generation.
With all of the awards and accolades Los Texas Wranglers have gotten in the last few years, they will soon be a Texas tradition with no boundaries.

Los Texas Wranglers continue to grow in popularity. They have won Best Traditional Latin Band of the Year awards for past three years at the Austin Chronicle Music Awards held during SXSW. This year they won Best Country Band of the Year. Julian Fernandez, their drummer, won for Best Drummer of the Year for the second year in a row. Their accordionist won Best Miscellaneous Instrument of the Year this year.

The band and Joyce Adams, one of their vocalists, were in the five finalist in two categories at the Tejano Awards held in San Antonio in 2010. Nikki Lopez was voted Best New Female Artist at the 210 Conjunto Awards.


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