EFEBy Nora Quintanilla New York

Selena Quintanilla, the "Queen of Tex-Mex music," continues to captivate new generations and even garner awards 27 years after her murder thanks to her own hard work during her lifetime and the continued efforts of her surviving family members.

Suzette Quintanilla and A.B. Quintanilla III, older siblings of the American Tejano singer, took part Tuesday in an event in New York where the Mexican-American media company TelevisaUnivision unveiled its 2022-2023 content lineup, a programming slate that includes "Por Siempre: Selena" (Selena Forever), a two-hour live music special that celebrates the iconic star's enduring legacy and popularity.

Suzette, who was drummer of the family band Selena y Los Dinos and now runs the Latin Music entertainment company Q-Productions, the Selena Museum in Corpus Christi, Texas, and other businesses related to her late sister, gave little away about its content.