Selena Quintanilla performs for the crowd during a dance following the Feria de las Flores queen's contest at Memorial Coliseum Aug. 12, 1989, in Corpus Christi, Texas. Fifteen years after her death racked the emotions of Mexican-Americans across the country, albums by Tejano star Selena are still selling. / CORPUS CHRISTI CALLER-TIMES
Selena remembered: 20 years after her death - CNN.com
Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, Grammy winner in the best Mexican-American album category for "Selena Live." She was a Grammy nominee for the song "Amor Prohibido" (Forbidden Love). The album by the same name was No. 3 on Billboard's Latin chart & She had recently signed a deal to record an English-language album to broaden her appeal. Her life was cut short when she was tragically killed March 1995.
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