Local band making history with Tejano Music Awards - Tucson News Now

Local band making history with Tejano Music Awards

Aileen Rios and Xavi Rios. Aileen Rios and Xavi Rios.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

You can help a Southern Arizona Tejano band win big!  

Sabor Latino Legacy stops by Fox 11 Daybreak to tell us about the Tejano Music Awards.

Lead singer, Xavi Rios and female vocals, Aileen Rios, are making history.

They are the first musicians from Douglas to be nominated for a Tejano Music Award. 

Sabor Latino Legacy is nominated for a Tejano Music Award for "Best New Artist" and lead singer Xavi Rios is nominated for "Best New Artist."

You can cast your vote right here until Oct.15.  

Good luck, Sabor Latino Legacy!

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