After two decades off, Tortilla Factory reformed in 2006. Their newest CD "All That Jazz" was nominated for a Grammy last year. Tony "Ham" Guerrero has passed the torch to his son Alfredo Guerrero, who along with Bobby Butler, now leads the legendary Tejano band with an expanded sound. Moving into a self-described American World Music, Tortilla Factory’s shows include salsa, Latin jazz, R&B, urban Tejano, and even some straight-ahead jazz. Their new album, "Cookin’" is expected to be released
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