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Legends of Tejano Artist Panel

The Wittliff Collection at Texas State University

2:00pm-4:00pm, This event is free and open to the public.
The Wittliff invites you to celebrate the rich history of Tejano music at an artist discussion featuring Little Joe Hernandez, Sunny Ozuna, Shelly Lares and Ramón Hernández.

The Wittliff’s Texas Music Collection curator, Hector Saldaña, will lead a conversation that weaves its way through these artists' careers and makes the case for why their music is American music and should hold a place in Texas music history along-side artists like Willie Nelson and Stevie Ray Vaughan. T

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The Wittliff Collection at Texas State University

The Wittliff Collections offer a dynamic archival, exhibition, programming, and research environment designed to further the cultural legacy of the region’s literary and photographic arts.

Texas State - Alkek Library

Albert B. Alkek Library is the most important information resource of the Texas State University community. The mission of the library is to help patrons succeed by providing high quality library services and information in a variety of formats to support the university's teaching and research programs.

Evans Auditorium – Texas State University

Located on the Texas State University campus, the Evans Auditorium is part of the School of Music. A variety of music events are held here from concerts to recitals to symposiums along with other fine arts performances.