BMI Hosts ‘How I Wrote That Song’ Panel at Tejano Music Convention

Posted in News on September 12, 2008

BMI presented the “How I Wrote That Song” panel during the Tejano Music Convention, held August 15-17 at the Hyatt Regency in Dallas, Texas. The panel highlighted a trio of Latin music’s most elite songwriters, including Ramón González Mora (“Te Vi Con El” “Pedazos de Cristal”), Robert Pulido (“Mi Pequenito” “Corazon Maldito”) and Sunny Sauceda (“Si No Vuelvo Ver Manana” “Sin Buenas Condiciones”), who performed their hits and discussed songwriting strategy and technique. The largest Latin music convention in the United States, the Tejano Music National Convention serves as an industry and fan crossroads created to advance the Tejano (Tex-Mex) music genre.

photo BMI’s Jake Cavazos and Singer-songwriter Roberto Pulido at the entrance to the Tejano Music National Convention
photo Panelists for “How I Wrote That Song” songwriter Ramon Gonzales Mora, Roberto Pulido, and singer/songwriter Sunny Sauceda
photo BMI’s Marissa Lopez, Ramon Gonzales Mora, Roberto Pulido, BMI’s Jake Cavazos
photo BMI’s Jake Cavazos, Sunny Sauceda, BMI’s Marissa Lopez backstage at the Tejano Music National Convention concert
photo Singer-songwriter Elida Reyna, Roberto Pulido, singer/songwriter Chente Barrera in concert
photo BMI’s Jake Cavazos, singe/songwriter Rick Trevino, BMI’s Marissa Lopez backstage
photo BMI’s Marissa Lopez, Javier Galvan, BMI’s Jake Cavazos backstage


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