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Rodney Alejandro

Sought-after musician, arranger, producer, and audio engineer who worked for a few of the largest brands in the music sector. He co-founded Tejano-pop music group Valentino while he was a mature in senior high school. He was mentored by fellow Tx musician Joel Guzman. He collaborated numerous legends, including Ray Charles, Sting, Stevie Question, Diana Ross, Wyclef Jean, and Eric Clapton. He was created for an African-American dad and a Mexican-American mom. He came old in the barrios and ghettos of Houston’s internal city, which subjected him to a multitude of music, including Salsa, Tejano, Mariachi, spirit, jazz, and hiphop. He was Affiliate Manufacturer for the theme tune Gimme an indicator for the CBS Television series Now and then, which starred Eric Close and Dennis Haysbert.

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