Tammy Lorraine Huerta Fender "The Tex-Mex Princess"
Author/Daughter of late rock 'n' country singer Freddy Fender "The King of Tex-Mex,” Tammy Lorraine tells a compelling and heartfelt story of a poor and fatherless child migrant worker. At the age of twenty-two, his composition "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights" hit national charts in 1960. Fender was on Cashbox 100 Singles at No. 82 along with music legends such as B.B. King, Elvis Presley, Frankie Avalon, Frankie Valli, Paul Anka, and many more—until he was pulled off stage in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Arrested by narcotic agents, he would serve five years in Angola prison in LA.
Against these odds, Fender would prevail; in raw detail, the author describes his triumph, and what a man will do to achieve the great American dream.
Volume 1: "Wasted Days and Wasted Nights"—Subtitle: A Meteoric Rise to Stardom (Part 1-The Rise)
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