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Collection Summary

Administrative History

Scope and Contents Note

Arrangement of the Papers

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Tejano Music Awards Show Printed Programs, 1981-1996

Financial, 1992

Photographs, 1989

Videotapes, 1982-1992

Audio Tapes, 1995-1996

The Benson Latin American Collection

Texas Talent Musicians Association Tejano Music Awards Records, 1981-1996



Collection Summary

Creator: Texas Talent Musicians Association
Title: Tejano Music Awards Records
Dates: 1981-1996
Abstract: Printed programs, and audio and video tapes of the San Antonio based Texas Talen Musicians Association's Tejano Music Awards.
Quantity: 2 boxes (10 linear inches)
Repository Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Administrative History

The Texas Talent Musicians Association (TTMA) was founded in 1980 to support and promote Tejano music and musicians. A non-profit organization headquartered in San Antonio, Texas—the “Tejano Music Capital of the World”—the TTMA sponsors the annual Tejano Music Awards and other related events.

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Scope and Contents Note

Awards show programs, financial records, photographs, audio tapes and videotapes, 1981-1996 (10 linear inches) document the Tejano Music Awards of the Texas Talent Musicians Association. The records are arranged in five series:   Programs,   Financial,   Photographs,   Videotapes, and   Audio Tapes. Tejano Music Award show programs are the official programs (later called yearbooks) of the TMA awards shows in glossy publication form, with the exception of the 12th and 13th annual (1992 and 1993) show booklets, which are in unpublished form. One financial document is included, the Tejano Hits and Softball Festiball Financial Report, 18 October 1992. Ten photographs show scenes from the 1989 awards show. Eleven videotapes record the 2nd through 12th annual awards shows. Two audio tapes record the “Song of the Year” category nominees for the 15th and 16th annual TMAs (1995 and 1996).

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Arrangement of the Papers

This collection is arranged in five series: Printed programs, financial records, photographs, audio tapes, and videotapes.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Unrestricted.

Restrictions on Use

Materials copyrighted to the Texas Talent Musicians Association. Photographs copyrighted to Bendi Photo Graphics, 1021 Bonham Terrace, Austin, Texas, 78704.

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Index Terms

Organizations:
Texas Talent Musicians Association
Subjects:
Texas Talent Musicians Association
Tejano Music Awards
Tejano music
Tejano musicians
Places:
San Antonio (Tex.)
Document Types:
Progams
Audio Cassettes
Videotapes

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: Texas Talent Musicians Association Records, Benson Latin American Collection, General Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin

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Box and Folder Inventory

 

Tejano Music Awards Show Printed Programs, 1981-1996

box folder
1 1 1st Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1981
2 4th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1984
3 6th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1986
4 7th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1987
5 8th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1988
6 10th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1990
7 11th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1991
8 12th Annual Tejano Music Awards, [booklet] 1992
9 13th Annual Tejano Music Awards, [booklet] 1993
10 15th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1995
11 16th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1996

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Financial, 1992

box folder
1 12 TTMA Tejano Hits and Softball Festiball Financial Report, . 18 October 1992

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Photographs, 1989

box folder
1 13
1. San Antonio Mariachi Group with Joe Lopez from Mazz

2. Felix Trevino (Texas Talent Musicians Association Scholarship Committee); TTMA scholarship winners: Sandra Lomas, flautist from Memorial High; Roland Rodriquez, trumpet player from Edgewood High

3. José Bejar (VP of Capitol/EMI Records) presenting Joe Lopez from Mazz with a gold record

4. Rita Moreno

5. Emilio Navaira, Male Entertainer of the Year, and his band Rio won Album of the Year for their release “Emilio” and Most Promising Band of the Year

6. Elsa Garcia

7. MH Torralva, SA Light, Hector Garza, Manager, Special Markets Anheuser-Busch, Inc.

8-9. Joe Lopez, Songwriter of the Year, his band Mazz won Song of the Year for “Ahora Quiero Que Me Quieras,” and Best Vocal Duo on the Year award went to Lopez and his partner Jimmy Gonzalez

10. Selena Quintanilla, Female Entertainer of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year

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Videotapes, 1982-1992

box folder
2 1 2nd Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1982
2 3rd Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1983
3 4th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1984
4 5th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1985
5 6th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1986
6 7th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1987
7 8th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1988
8 9th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1989
9 10th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1990
10 11th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1991
11 12th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1992

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Audio Tapes, 1995-1996

box folder
2 12 Song of the Year Category, 15th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1995.
Side One:
“Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” by Selena y Los Dinos;
“Ya Me Canse” by David Lee Garza y los Musicales;
“Quiero Volverte A Ver” by Fama;
“Celos” by Stefani;
“Corazón de Cristal” by Los Palominos;
“Te Vas Acordar” by Gary Hobbs.
Side Two:
“Si Lo Quieres” by La Diferencia;
“Pensando En Ti” by Stephanie Lynn & High Energy;
“Si Te Portas Mal” by Jay Perez;
“Te Amaré un Millon de Veces” by Fandango USA;
“Tres Ramitas” by Hometown Boys.
13 Song of the Year Category, 16th Annual Tejano Music Awards, 1996.
Side One:
“Por Favor Corazón” by Gary Hobbs y Mezquite;
“Tonta” by David Lee Garza y los Musicales;
“Tú Solo Tú” by Selena y los Dinos;
“Ya No Voy a Detenerte” by Letty Guval y Xpresso;
“¿Cómo Te Llamas Paloma?” by Jaime y los Chamacos.
Side Two:
“Estúpido Romántico” by Mazz;
“Me Está Doliendo” by Inocencia;
“Mire Amigo” by The Hometown Boys;
“¿Para Qué?” by Joel Nava & the Border.

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