Five For Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is a widely misunderstood holiday in gringo culture. The day marks the victory of a small Mexican army over a brutish French force in 1862 at the Battle of Puebla. Or in other words…it’s a good excuse to throw a killer party.

Here are 5 Tex-Mex infused songs that will get the fiesta rocking today.

Texas Tornados-“(Hey Baby) Que Paso”

Tejas Brothers-“Boogie Woogie Mamacita”

Kevin Fowler-“Senorita Mas Fina”

Waylon and Willie-“If I Can Find a Clean Shirt”

Tommy Alverson-“Una Mas Cerveza”

And since it’s really not a party without at least a 6-pack, here’s a bonus: Josh Grider-“South of the Border”


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