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Riding Mustangs

by Rene Meave

New Solo record from the member of Los Bandits, Rene Meave.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Riding Mustangs
3:47 album only
2. No Small Miracles
4:01 album only
3. The Sooner the Better
3:00 album only
4. Eight Miles from the Borderline
3:25 album only
5. Jenny's Gone
3:58 album only
6. Hits Like a Girl
3:14 album only
7. Table for Two
3:24 album only
8. South of Oklahoma
3:43 album only
9. City of Seven Hills
3:44 album only
10. Lie Still
4:23 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
René Meave Rene was born and raised in Weslaco, Texas. He came to Michigan as a migrant farm-worker. He is a founding member of the Tex-Mex musical group Los Bandits de MIchigan. He is a song writer/entertainer who has been recognized by the American Song Festival and BMI Song Festival. Rene currently has signed songs with Sony ATV and Next Number One Publishing both out of Nashville, Tennessee Rene’s community involvement includes: Past President of the Hispanic American Council, Inc. of Kalamazoo, American Red Cross Concert for Ethiopia Famine Relief, Community Relations Board for the City of Kalamazoo and a member of the Midwest Hispanics AIDS Coalition, Chicago, IL. In 1999, the Governor and the Hispanic Caucus the State of Michigan recognized René and Guillermo of Los Bandits de Michigan with a special tribute for their outstanding contribution of Tex-Mex music in Michigan. In 2005 a documentary on the band entitled, “MORE THAN A TEX-MEX BAND”, was released. In 2012 Rene’ received the Cesar Chavez Distinguish Aguila Award and the Michigan Heritage and the State of Michigan Tribute Award, for “outstanding contribution to Michigan’s heritage…” Presented by the Michigan Traditional Arts program of the Michigan State University Museum and The State of Michigan Special Tribute Heritage Award. Rene’ was instrumental in the discovery of Warner Bros recording artist Frankie Ballard and helped him obtain a national recording contract. Rene’ is a current member of Nashville Songwriters Association International, (NSAI) and co-founder of the Chilipeppers Songwriting Club. Past solo recordings include “Chasing Dreams Again, A Man In Love, and Eight Miles from the Borderline.” Rene is the proud father of three daughters all born and raised in Michigan.



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