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by Rosalicia

Tejano, regional mexican, latin pop, ballads, and cumbias; you will enjoy listening to the album over and over.
Genre: Latin: Tejano
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ojitos Verdes
3:20 $0.99
2. Si Vieras
3:49 $0.99
3. Un Tal Ivan
3:22 $0.99
4. Luna
3:54 $0.99
5. Dame un Beso
4:01 $0.99
6. Paz EnTu Corazon
3:46 $0.99
7. Cadenas De Amor
3:24 $0.99
8. Angel De Amor
4:53 $0.99
9. Cuando Un Amor Nos Hiere
3:14 $0.99
10. Cantico Celeste
2:50 $0.99
11. Hoy Desperte
3:44 $0.99
12. Como Quisiera
3:29 $0.99
13. Y Vas a Ver
3:38 $0.99
14. Angel De Amor (Mi Nino)
4:53 $0.99
15. Navidad Negra
2:40 $0.99
16. National Anthem-Star Spangled Banner
2:14 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
ROSALICIA, just returned from performing at the Tejano Music Awards Fan Fair in San Antonio, Texas this past April, for the second consecutive year, where she achieved great success. The San Antonio Express reported an attendance of 40,000 attending last year's festivities.

In 2003, event organizers had to change locations for the event and extend the event to 3 days instead of the customary one-day. She has already been invited to perform at next year's festivities. Attendance to this event is upwards of 40,000 for this year. During this event, she was interviewed by the highly respected television show "Mundo Latino" hosted by Rolando Salinas, Franciso Hernandez, Lydia Alaniz and Fatima Leviner.

ROSALICIA's music has been widely accepted and has received airplay in South and Central America, Puerto Rico, Spain, Peru and Cuba to name a few. She has received letters from around the world and our own back yard. The President of the United States, George W. Bush, at the time the Governor or Texas, wrote her a thank you letter for her album "From: Me To: You. ROSALICIA, has received letters from the Texas Associations of Broadcasters, Ecuador, Spain and Cuba, Los Angeles, CA and Cuidad Juarez MX. to name a few.

In March of 2003, she was invited to perform at the annual Chief's Award's Banquet, sponsored by the El Paso Police Department. This event is highly publicized and attended by the highest city dignitaries and influential citizens of El Paso.

She was invited to perform at the "Pride Day" festivities in October of 2002 and again in February of 2003, an event attended by at least 15, 000, according to the El Paso Times. She was invited to perform for the "Art in the Park" festivities this past January 2003.

She has performed at Christmas events for the following organizations: El Paso Employees Association, El Paso Police Department Mission Valley Regional Command, City of El Paso's Sanitation Department, City of Paso Street Department.

For two years now, ROSALICIA has been invited to perform at the Christmas ceremonies at the "San Jacinto Plaza" in downtown El Paso. An event attended last year by over 50,000 according to the El Paso Times.

For four consecutive years, she was featured at the Annual Musical Festival of the Hispanic Alliance of El Paso "IMPACTO" held at the El Paso County Coliseum, with an average attendance of 4 to 5 thousand people.

On numerous occasions she has been invited to perform at the annual Thanksgiving Banquet sponsored by the Salvation Army. Recently, ROSALICIA opened for recording artist "Rick Crawford" on his tour in El Paso sponsored by the local radio station KELP.

The renowned National Memorial Park "EL CHAMIZAL" (right by the border with Mexico) served as the stage for her musical appeal to the masses.

Recently, The El Paso Chamber Of Commerce featured ROSALICIA at their Business Fair Expo, where she was approached by several members of the radio media in response to her musical performance. She was invited to perform at the "Women in Business Conference" sponsored in part by the El Paso Chamber of Commerce.

ROSALICIA was invited to debut the song "Hoy Desperte" written with the events of September 11, 2001 in mind at Cohen Stadium with a seating capacity of over 35,000 for the "God Bless America" Concert sponsored by the City Of El Paso. This has become an annual event and ROSALICIA has been invited to participate each year.

San Antonio's radio station KSLR, dedicated a full hour of its programming to interview and present ROSALICIA'S musical talent to its vast audience. She has been interviewed by: Radio VIVA in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, KPAS & KELP in El Paso, Texas and HCJB Radio in Quito, Ecuador, just to name a few.

Last year, ROSALICIA was featured at the "Budweiser Hispanic Scholarship Festival" at the "Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino" in Sunland Park, New Mexico.

Since the release of her first recording "AUTOGRAFO" - Gospel Album, she consistently occupied a place on the top 10 list of popularity with 2 of her gospel songs. She went on to receive the distinct honor of having 2 of her singles go #1 on the Spanish Music countdown at Both KELP and KPAS radio stations in El Paso, Texas. In San Antonio's KSLR, her song "Junto a Ti", occupied the #1 slot for several weeks according to Roger Reyes Program Director. On the international satellite radio network ALAS, ROSALICIA's music is on regular rotation.

There have been several television appearances and interviews on radio programs such as "Entre Familia", "Entre Nosotros" and on the television program "Impacto", "Especialisimo" hosted by Dairo Rubio Gamboa, and "Cantico Nuevo" hosted by Loida Carriel. In 1995, ROSALICIA received the "Most Airplay" award at the ANP Records Awards Ceremonies.



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David West

About time we had a fresh sounding Tejano -LatinPop album
I was really surprised when I heard This CD. It's a welcome breath of fresh musical air. The Tejano songs are of the purest form (My Favs: "ojitos Verdes" and "Dame Un Beso"). The Cumbias punchy and inviting (Check out "Un Tal Ivan" and "Navidad Negra"). The Ballads very smooth(I loved "Luna"). It was about time we had a fresh sounding Tejano-Latin Pop album. I can listen to this CD over and over. I'm really surprised with the quality of this album.