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Who knew Tim McGraw was into Tejano music?!

Tejano, or Tex-Mex music, is a form of folk and pop music which originated from the Mexican-American populations of Central and Southern Texas. 

Tejano music became extremely popular thanks to the late, legendary singer Selena. A popular group that was influenced by Tejano music is the Texas Tornados.

Now, the Texas Tornados are influencing another musical act – Tim McGraw!

McGraw stopped by the famed Bobby Bones radio show in Nashville for Joy Week. Joy Week is a week dedicated to co-host Amy and her mother, who is battling cancer for the second time, and their choice to “Choose Joy“, even while facing difficult times. 

Many country singers have stopped by to perform covers of songs that make them feel joy, and McGraw performed the Texas Tornados song “Who Were You Thinking Of” with a mariachi band!

McGraw looked like he was having SO much fun and we had so much fun watching him. He was jumping around the studio, laughing, and the performance was AMAZING!

Perhaps his next album will feature this mariachi band, because they sounded pretty good together!

Watch the performance below!

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