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Esteban 'Steve' Jordan
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    (February 23, 1939-August 13, 2010)
    Born in Elsa, Texas
    Tejano/conjuto accordionist
    Recorded the albums 'The Many Sounds of Steve Jordan,' 'The Return of El Parche' and 'El Hurracane'
    Signature song was 'Squeeze Box Man'
    Appeared in the films 'True Stories' (1985) and 'Born in East L.A.' (1987)
    He was illiterate.
    He abused cocaine and drank heavily until he fell at his 53rd birthday party.
    He was married and divorced twice.
    He named two of his sons Esteban, Jr., and Esteban III.
    His favored stage clothes were a purple vest, shiny gold shirt and snakeskin eyepatch.
    He said, 'I never went to school, never been trained how to act. I'm an animal, man.'
    He was blinded in his right eye as an infant when a midwife administered contaminated eyedrops.
    He introduced jazz and rock influences into conjuto music.
    He was nicknamed 'the Jimi Hendrix of the accordion.'
    He played over 20 instruments in addition to accordion.
    He survived being stabbed outside a nightclub (1973).
    He was known for his energetic live performances, commenting 'I could be playing for five people of five thousand, it doesn't make a difference. I'm still gonna kick ass.'

Credit: C. Fishel

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