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with Elida Reyna y Avante & Las Fenix

Friday, December 13
Show | 9pm // Doors | 7pm
$40 before 9pm // $45 after

We DO NOT sell pre-sale tickets. Admission is at door the night of!  Reservations: 214-400-9872


After 19 years of history, this Latin Grammy award winning group continues to revolutionize the Tejano/Norteno music scene. Siggno has crossed musical boundaries with their signature style and sound baptized in the Mexican Republic as a new musical genre called “ROCKTENO”. The groups latest release “Monstruo” debuted once again on top of the Billboard Charts in late 2018. With continual success and every album’s progression, the group has secured their popular standing within the Latin and Mexican music charts. Established in 2000 by Siggno’s front man, Jesus “Jesse” Turner, this group’s innovative fusion of Norteno and Rock have continually earned them spots on the Top 20 Billboard Charts, with chart-topping hit singles such as “Mejor Dimelo”, “Ya No Me Importa”, and” Que Me Amas”. Siggno’s well acclaimed songs have won them over fifteen Texas-based music awards, a 2008 Latin Grammy Award for “Best Norteno Album”, along with numerous Grammy nominations and other various awards. Expanding their reach worldwide, this group’s musical evolution has allowed for them to sustain a spot among top musical artists. With Jesus “Jesse” Turner on lead vocals and accordion, Sergio “Checo” Tabares as the MC and rhythm, Ricardo “Richard” Rosales on bajo quinto and backup vocals, Jorge “George” Torres on percussion and congas, Ruben Robes Jr. on bass guitar, and Cesar “Chato” Sanchez on drums, Siggno’s musical chemistry continues to attract a diverse and loyal fan base which they consider friends. “Siggno no tiene fan, tiene amigos a donde quiera que vayan. ALBUM AND BAND ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND INFORMATION Fueled by his passion for music, Turner started the band with some friends from church in Santa Rosa, Texas. Signing on with their very first record label, Crown Records, Siggno’s first album “Al Principio” was released in 2001. Their hit single “Pero Hablame” charted for 27 weeks on the Tejano music charts. With Jesse’s song writing ability and the band’s unique yet progressive style, the album’s success landed him a “Rising Male Star of the Year” award from the Tejano Music Industry Awards. Released in 2002, the group’s second album, “Por Amor”, showcased more original music which then led to their first Grammy nomination and a BMI Music Award nomination which eventually gained the band national attention. In 2005, Siggno’s new record label from Monterrey, N.L. released their third album, “Caminando”. This transition broadened the group’s reach to a new musical market outside of the United States and into parts of Mexico. The band’s success in creating their own recognizable sound combined with highly energetic stage performances amplified their popularity and continued to keep their music on the Billboard charts. Signing on with Freddie Records, Siggno’s next album “Amor Y Dolor” was released in 2006. Known for its raw and heartfelt lyrics, the album’s success was instant. With hit songs like “Mejor Dimelo”, “Que No Me Busque”, and “Te Extrano” the band’s continual rise to fame made Siggno known as one of the record label’s top album sellers.  2007 led to the group’s fifth album, “Capitulo 5”, which signified the next chapter of their career in the music industry. The album’s accomplishments led them to a spot on the Latin Billboard Top 50 Charts with their hit song, “Lo Que Me Dejaste”.  The following year became a year of pivotal success as Siggno’s next album, “Six Pack”, was released in 2008 to glowing reviews. The album’s musical achievement led the group to another Grammy nomination and win at the 9th Annual Latin Grammy Awards for “Best Norteno Album”. Fueled by their success, the band’s momentum continued on as their seventh album, “En La Radio”, took flight in 2009. With heavy rotation on the radio and a Grammy win under their belt, Siggno’s stardom and remarkable fan base reached higher heights as the album climbed into the top 20 of the Mexican Album Charts and hit a slot on the Top 40 Latin Album Charts. The huge fan-favorite, “Ya No Me Importa”, spawned the continuation of Siggno’s continual rise in popularity. The next year, 2010, proved to be another success with the release of “Que Harias”. Their song, titled after the album, peaked at number 14 on the Top 20 Billboard Regional Mexican Album Charts that year. Performing to sold-out venues and touring throughout the United States and Mexico, Siggno continued on their musical quest and created another chart-topping album in 2011. “Lo Que Me Dejaste” once again succeeded in maintaining the group’s musical momentum.  The album’s title song made it onto the 13th spot on the Billboard Heatseakers Album charts. “Yo Quisiera Deternerte” and “Auxilio” also gained Siggno a number 6 slot on the Top Latin and Regional Mexican Billboard Charts. In December 2012, Siggno released their following album, “El Mundo Se Acabo”. Once again, their music climbed the charts, and their recognizable sound began to evolve into something new and unique. Now well-known and respected in the Latin music industry, Siggno’s musical evolution began to pull them into a higher dimension. Acknowledged as one of their biggest hit-making albums with songs such as “Mama” and “El Mundo Se Acabo”, the band sustained an appearance atop the Latin Album charts as it peaked at number 4. It also led to their first Texas Talent Musicians Association (TTMA) award for “Album of the Year- Norteno”. Siggno’s “En Vivo” album, released at the end of March of 2014, became the band’s highest charting album when it peaked at number one on the Billboard Regional Mexican Alum chart in mid-April. Being their first live recording, the group shared their positive energy with fans across the nation as they continued to perform to sold-out concerts, festivals, and musical events. At the end of that year, the anticipated release of “Zodiacal” soon became an instant success as it also peaked at number 1 on the Regional Mexican Charts and number two on the Top Latin Albums charts in the first week of January 2015. It also won them their second TTMA award for “Album of the Year-Norteno”. The group’s achievements also secured Siggno’s front man, Jesse Turner, his first TTMA award for “Entertainer of the Year”. Having already received TTMA awards for “Male Vocalist of the Year” in 2010, 2011, 2014, Jesse Turner won his fourth award in the same category that year, 2015. In 2016, Siggno’s album “Yo Te Esperare” became their record breaking album as it reached number one on the Top Latin Album and Regional Mexican Album charts. It also peaked at 37 on the Billboard Total Album Sales chart, landed in the Billboard Top 200, and hit the number 6 spot on the Billboard Independent Album chart. Inspired by personal grief, the album’s heartfelt lyrics and raw written material drove record sales to their highest point throughout their sixteen year career. Solidifying a top spot among Norteno and Tejano music artists, Siggno was recognized by the Tejano Music Hall of Fame in early 2018. Winning a “Video of the Year” award for their rendition of Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito” and Jesse Turner’s award for “Male Vocalist of the Year”, the musicians of Siggno have shown no signs of stopping. They are currently atop the Billboard Charts once again as of February 2019 with their latest album entitled “Monstruo”, released in late 2018. With continual success and every album’s progression, the group has secured their popular standing within the Latin and Mexican music charts. Originally emerging onto the scene as a Norteno group, Siggno’s passion for Rock and Norteno has now evolved into a unique sound of their own. Their signature style of music, now referred to as Rockteno, has made them the only Texas-based band to have modernized the Norteno music industry by creating this one-of-a-kind style of music.
ELIDA REYNA Elida Reyna (aka "La Reina del Valle Mágico") is a Grammy-winning American tejano singer from San Antonio, Texas. Though Reyna was born in San Antonio, she was raised in Mercedes, Texas. At home she was both saturated with and deeply influenced by the sounds of tejano and norteño groups including La Mafia, Grupo Mazz, and especially Laura Canales. At the age of 20, she formed the band Elida y Avante (EYA) in the Rio Grande Valley. Quickly engendering a following for their high-energy and emotional performances, they opened shows for many top-tier performers including La Mafia, whose label, Voltage Entertainment, signed them to a record deal. Their debut album, Atrevete, was issued in 1994 and garnered a hit single in "Luna Llena." The album eventually went gold, while the band won the Rising New Artist and Reyna won for Rising Female Vocalist at the Tejano Music Awards. The band abruptly left Voltage right afterwards, signing with the independent Tejas Records for their (and the label's) second release, Algo Entero in 1997, followed by EYA 1998, and scoring another gold record. Though the classic ranchera "Duele" appeared on EYA 1998, Reyna scored a major hit with it in 2000. She won Female Vocalist of the Year, Female Entertainer of the Year, and Song of the Year at the Tejano Music Awards for that calendar year and went on tour for much of the next two years. Reyna returned to recording with Muevete. In 2005, she, Shelly Lares, and Stefani Montiel formed the group Las 3 Divas and recorded a self-titled album, which spawned the hit "La Cumbia del Oeste." That same year her solo recording Luna Llena appeared, followed by No Eres Para Mi and Mis Raizes. In 2004 EYA commenced sessions for a new album and emerged with Magico, with its smash title single, in 2006. It was followed by an American tour and the studio album Domingo in 2008 on their new label home, Freddie Records. The band undertook an extensive period of touring internationally, playing everywhere from the States to Europe and Asia. A hits collection and a live record were issued in late 2008 and in 2009, respectively. The release of the studio album Fantasia in 2010 proved to be a landmark for EYA. They won a Latin Grammy for Best Album of the Year; it was the first time a female-fronted act had won the award since Selena. The album Simplemente EYA was released in 2011, the same year she and the band were elected to the Tejano Roots Hall of Fame. It was followed by Contigo Descubri and another hits collection in 2012, with the Billboard-charting EYA Nation appearing in 2013