In 2006, paula’s first off studio memento, ‘Paula De Anda’, came out in the view when she was merely sixteen years old and praised by many.
It gave rise to the whacking number, ‘Walk Away (Remember Me)’ then after few years, she came apart with Arista Records and established her own company to record covers and soundtracks.
The song is a highlight in her career as it not only provided her recognition but also was a hit in the Southwest.
Additionally, in 2007, the song was also certified as gold in the USA.
She, along with her family moved to Corpus Christi, Texas for the sake of getting the benefit of assiduous music scenario.
In a while, she built a fanb ase in the Southwest and opened to perform acts, for instance Nelly and Baby Bash.
Flores, who will play back-to-back shows Thursday and Friday, is steadily chugging up the charts with “Crazy Enough for Me,” the lead single from his latest CD, “I Didn’t Pick This Life.” It’s No. Galveston-based Hold Fast Fables are real-deal sailors.
"When I got to Texas, I think (rapper) South Park Mexican hit me with the Bash. I just fell in love with the Southern hospitality, the people, the food," Bash says. Another perk: A-list appearances on other artists' albums.More recommended shows, naughty and nice, from our music writers: Thursday Susan Gibson, Josh Grider, Drew Kennedy, Kelley Mickwee, Brady Zdan at Cheatham Street Warehouse (San Marcos).For decades, Cheatham Street has been a proving ground for singing songwriters.George Strait, Monte Montgomery, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Terri Hendrix and Todd Snider honed chops there.When road-tested troubadours Gibson, Grider, Kennedy, Mickwee and Zdan swap songs, it’s a cinch they’ll swap nothing but the best.Cheatham founder Kent Finlay and the Songwriters’ Circle troupe will celebrate Christmas on Wednesday.