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October Freddy Fender was truly a music icon, one of the most recognized and beloved music legends ever to hit radio waves. He was one of the few Hispanic stars in country music, a singer and songwriter whose work was defined mostly by its strong Latin sensibility. Sadly, he died on October 14,at 69 of lung cancer at his home in Corpus Christi, Texas.


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Baldemar Huerta—better known as Freddy Fender—has been a major figure in Texas music since the fifties. First he was a rock and roller in his hometown of San Benito, then a country star, then a singer in the Tex-Mex supergroup the Texas Tornados; about the only constant in his career has been his inimitable high tenor.

Although kidney dialysis has kept the year-old mostly confined to his Corpus Christi home in recent months, he will play a concert at the Valley Race Park in Harlingen on December 8 to benefit the local Freddy Fender Scholarship Fund. Did anyone in the Valley give you hell for being a Hispanic rock and roller back in the fifties, when you were El Bebop Kid?

The only ones who gave me a hard time were some Mexican American musicians who resented the fact that I was not doing Mexican American music. I was so cool, you know? What do you think about Texas music right now?

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In general, Texas musicians have wonderful taste in roots music—good, down-to-earth stuff about hot weather and a bottle of wine. That goes for rhythm and blues, country, and folk. Tejano has the same fiber as the music that I heard in the forties and fifties, when I was a young man, though it has been modernized. It has developed a cumbia beat.

Tejano will remain the same until a big star changes it. We have seen several incarnations of Freddy Fender.

Do you expect to take another direction anytime soon? Oh, I have already. It will knock you out of your socks.

By Bill Minutaglio. By Michael Hardy.

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