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  • Tuesday, January 3, 2017

    With harmonies that call to mind Ed Sullivan-era Beatles and a raucous performing style, the Last Bandoleros made their late-night TV debut last evening on Jimmy Kimmel Live. One of Rolling Stone Country's Artists You Need to Know, the Tex-Mex-influenced group turned in a raucous "Where Do You Go," their first single. Watch here:

    Made up of core members Jerry Fuentes,... Read more.

  • Tuesday, January 3, 2017

    Sounds Like: A rebooted Los Lobos with a surplus of infectious hooks, aiming its Tex-Mex fusion squarely at country radio

    For Fans of: Texas Tornados, the Mavericks, Flaco Jiménez

    Why You Should Pay Attention: Going back to Doug Sahm’s pioneering work with the Sir Douglas Quintet in the 1960s and later with Texas Tornados, Tejano music has cut a sly but constant presence in country music. (Think Freddy Fender's hit version of "Before the Next Teardrop Falls.")... Read more.


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