Music legend Flaco Jimenez performs live for first time since pandemic began at COVID-19 vaccination site
SAN ANTONIO – Texas music legend Flaco Jimenez on Wednesday afternoon performed live for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began. Jimenez, who just recently turned 82 years old, performed as people received the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at the WellMed vaccination site at the Elvira Cisneros Senior Community Center on Southwest Military Drive. Max Baca of Los Texmaniacs and Josh Baca joined Jimenez for the performance. Max Baca was hospitalized with the virus last year and urged people to wear masks, get vaccinated as soon as possible, and stay safe. He recently learned the U.S. Library of Congress selected his album “Partners” as one of the 25 new entries into the National Recording Registry.
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Flaco Jimenez’s former food truck ‘Tacos Jimenez’ revived by son, will open on South Side next week
Approximately 20 years ago, Jimenez was the original owner of Tacos Jimenez food truck and has now handed down the torch to his son, Leonardo Jimenez III. On January 7, Tacos Jimenez is coming to the South Side of San Antonio, Texas. Tacos Jimenez will specialize in traditional Mexican food from Monterrey as a tribute to his mother Adela Jimenez who has roots there. The elder Jimenez has gone on record to give the new and improved Tacos Jimenez food truck his blessing and is looking forward to doing all he can to assist the new venture succeed. 10 things you should know about Brooks on San Antonio’s South SideMiss Plus San Antonio wins Miss Plus Texas, advances to nationals
WATCH: Flaco Jiménez, Raulito Navaira perform in WellMed live virtual concert series
SAN ANTONIO – We can’t attend concerts right now because of coronavirus, but you can enjoy them from the comfort of your home. WellMed Wednesdays LIVE! The line-up includes:April 22 - Flaco Jiménez at 2 p.m.Watch: Flaco Jiménez live stream. April 29 - Raulito Navaira (time TBA)May 6 - Thomas McClary from The Commodores’ (time TBA)The virtual concerts will be available live on Facebook and YouTube. “We are excited to share the power of music to unite us all while we social distance for all.”