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Here's the top nominees for the 32nd Annual Tejano Music Awards

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Jay Perez



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Jay Pérez
(Song of the Year for “Invencible,” Male Vocalist, Entertainer, Tejano Album of the Year for The Voice of Authority, and duets of the year for “Tus ojos castaños” with David Marez and “Te quiero así” with Stefani Montiel)

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Shelly Lares
(Song of the Year for “Baila,” Female Vocalist, Entertainer, Album of the Year for Renacer, and Vocal Duo for “Ya no sé mañana” with Mario Flores)

Élida Reyna
(Song of the Year and Vocal Duo for “Juntos hasta morir,” a duet with Jesse Turner; Female Vocalist, Entertainer, and Vocal Duo for “Quiero volar” with Jimmy González)

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Jimmy González
(Male Vocalist, Entertainer, Album of the Year for Jimmy González y Mazz’s The Return of the Bad Boys 2011; Vocal Duo for “Quiero volar” with Élida Reyna)

Michael Salgado
(Song of the Year for “Honky Tonks and Cantinas,” Male Vocalist, Entertainer,  and Conjunto Album of the Year for No vengo a ver si puedo… Si por que puedo vengo)

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

Mingo Saldívar (“The Dancing Cowboy,” legendary accordionist, still performing and recording after more than five decades)

Johnny Canales (host and executive producer of El Show de Johnny Canales in Univision, Telemundo, and Televisa, an influential Tejano/conjunto TV show in Mexico and the US. The guy who immortalized the phrase “Vámonos, take it away”)

Elsa García (singer, the only female producer in Tejano)

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