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Santiago Jimenez, Jr.

À propos de Santiago Jimenez, Jr.

From the first family of Tex Mex accordion players (his father being a cornerstone, and his brother Flaco a noted innovator), Jimenez plays a rollicking button accordion and sings, backed by basic drums, bass and Mexican guitar. Called "the Chief" by his peers, he has recorded extensively and tours internationally.

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Flaco Jimenez, Los Tigres del Norte

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Santiago Jimenez, Jr.

From the first family of Tex Mex accordion players (his father being a cornerstone, and his brother Flaco a noted innovator), Jimenez plays a rollicking button accordion and sings, backed by basic drums, bass and Mexican guitar. Called "the Chief" by his peers, he has recorded extensively and tours internationally.

À propos de Santiago Jimenez, Jr.

From the first family of Tex Mex accordion players (his father being a cornerstone, and his brother Flaco a noted innovator), Jimenez plays a rollicking button accordion and sings, backed by basic drums, bass and Mexican guitar. Called "the Chief" by his peers, he has recorded extensively and tours internationally.

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À propos de Santiago Jimenez, Jr.

From the first family of Tex Mex accordion players (his father being a cornerstone, and his brother Flaco a noted innovator), Jimenez plays a rollicking button accordion and sings, backed by basic drums, bass and Mexican guitar. Called "the Chief" by his peers, he has recorded extensively and tours internationally.

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