Sunny Sauceda

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Sunny Sauceda is a Tejano music artist from San Antonio, Texas. Sauceda plays the accordion.

Sauceda was a member of Grupo Vida, which played as the opening act for the Dixie Chicks' national "Fly" tour.[1] Sauceda later contributed to Charlie Robison's album Step Right Up.

In 2005, Sauceda won a Grammy Award for best Tejano CD, for his part in Polkas, Gritos y Acordeones. Shortly thereafter he signed with Tejas Records, and released a self-titled debut album in November 2005.[2]

Sauceda has served on the boards of the chapter of the Texas Grammys and the Academy of Tejano music.[3]

Discography[edit]

Year Album Title
2013 Implacable
2011 Camaleon
2010 Homenaje A Mi Padre
2008 Radiacion Musical
2007 Vagar Libremente
2005 Sunny
2005 Polkas, Gritos y Acordeones (with David Lee Garza and Joel Guzman)

Awards[edit]

  • Grammy Awards of 2005 - Best Tejano Album - Polkas, Gritos y Acordeones (with David Lee Garza and Joel Guzman)
  • Tejano Music Awards of 2008 - Vocal Duo of the Year with Shelly Lares
  • Tejano Music Awards of 2007 - Most Promising Band of the Year

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Rutland Herald, Life after vida: Grammy nominee, Sunny Sauceda, mixes it up, February 13, 2008
  2. ^ Rutland Herald
  3. ^ Rutland Herald

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