AUSTIN (AP) – Grammy Award winning Tejano star Sunny Sauceda and country singer Kevin Fowler have joined the “Don’t Mess With Texas” anti-litter campaign.

The Texas Department of Transportation said that Sauceda and Fowler are the latest entertainers featured in the effort to keep roadways clean.

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The Fowler public service announcement, unveiled Monday, shows a red, white and blue garbage can painted with the slogan: “Will sing for trash.”

The Sauceda spot is in Spanish and English, and shows the accordion-playing entertainer and his band singing and dancing as people throw garbage into a bin.

TxDOT has credited the iconic “Don’t Mess With Texas” campaign, which started in 1986, with helping to reduce visible highway trash by more than a third since 2009.

Other anti-litter campaign performers have included George Strait and Lyle Lovett.

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