Pete Astudillo

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Pete Astudillo

Pedro "Pete" Astudillo (born 1963 in Laredo, Texas) is a Mexican American songwriter. He became a back-up dancer and singer for the band "Selena y Los Dinos". The band's lead singer, Selena, was the "Queen of Tejano music". Astudillo, later left the band after writing several #1 Billboard hits. He left to become a solo artist. Most of his written and recorded songs were all nominated for awards. Most of these did win the awards they were nominated for.[1][2][3]

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  1. "11th Annual El Premio ASCAP Honors Top Latin Music in Los Angeles". www.ascap.com.
  2. http://www.tejanomusicawards.com/winners.html
  3. "20th Annual Tejano Music Awards". www.ondanet.com.

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