Reno Perez

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Reno Pérez
Birth name Rene Perez
Born 1973
Corpus Christi, Texas
Genres Blues
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Voice, Guitar

Reno Perez (born 1973) is a Mexican-American singer/songwriter. He has charted 3 top 5 singles on Tejano/Country Music Charts while signed to Hacienda records: "Tejanita," Mil Anos, and a Spanish-language version of "Brown Eyed Girl." He is now an independent artist.

His father is Tejano Music Hall of Famer Juan Perez (singer). He has shared the stage with country great Johnny Rodriguez[1] as musical director/lead guitarist, and others like Flaco Jiminez, Merle Haggard, and Ricky Martin. He has opened for many national acts. Perez is resident composer/artist development with, Austin Music Film and Media studios.

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  1. ^ PR Newswire Press release 24 May 2011. Retrieved July 2011

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