Legendary Recording Artist and Entertainer Extraordinaire
Laura’s artistic journey expanded into regional Mexican music with the release of Ni Un Tequila and Cuidarte El Alma. Her exceptional talent was recognized when she was awarded the All Star Music Awards’ Best Female Entertainer of the Year in 2023, a testament to her dynamic presence in the music scene. That same year, her influence extended beyond music as San Antonio Monthly Magazine honored her as the 2023 Socialite of the Year.
Her roots in Country Music, touring with luminaries like Mark Chesnutt, Tim McGraw, Restless Heart, and Pam Tillis, laid the groundwork for a career defined by constant evolution and artistic growth. Her transition to Tejano music saw her sharing stages with genre legends and gracing television screens, showcasing her multifaceted talent.
Offstage, Laura Linda’s commitment to community shines. She has directed the Dallas Sunset High School Bisonette Drill Team, founded the Cervera Dance Company, and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas at Dallas.
In her personal life, Laura Linda finds strength and inspiration in her family. Married to Luis Escalante, Jr., and a devoted mother to Gianna Sky, she attributes her success to divine guidance, unwavering familial support, and the loyalty of her fans. Her parents, Dorothy and Frank Cervera, Sr., along with her sister, Rosie Cervera, have been instrumental in her journey.
Laura Linda’s story is a narrative of resilience, talent, and passion, continuously inspiring and influencing the music world.
Laura Linda’s Music
Laura Linda released an extended play CD in December 2023, “Cantos del Corazón,” under 14 time Grammy/Latin Grammy Winner Gilbert Velasquez’s direction, a prelude to her “Re-emergence” album that will release in 2024.
Laura Linda, an icon of versatility and passion in the music industry, captivated audiences with her December 2023 extended play CD, Cantos del Corazón. Orchestrated under the expert direction of 14-time Grammy/Latin Grammy Winner Gilbert Velasquez, this project sets the stage for her eagerly anticipated 2024 album, Re-emergence.
Elevating Tejano Music to new heights, Laura Linda’s 2019 comeback single, Quitame Ese Hombre, marked a significant milestone. Premiering on KLMO 98.9 FM and produced by Brando Mireles, Jr., and Manuel Garza, it swiftly ascended to become a Tejano Music Awards finalist. Her successive hits, including Yo No Soy de Nadie, Te Metiste, and the chart-topping El Besito in 2022, further cemented her status in the genre. Her April 2022 release, Tu Eres Mi Hombre y Yo Soy Tu Mujer, also received widespread critical acclaim.