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  • Tuesday, January 3, 2017

    New Warner Music Nashville Tex-Mex act formed after writing its first single.

    The first single in an artist’s career is crucial. It establishes a sonic baseline for the act, and every move after that -- whether it’s building on that sound or moving away from it -- is part of the artistic storyline.

    Rarely, however, is that first single as central to an act as “Where Do You Go?” is for The Last Bandoleros. It’s not just because it’s the group’s introductory release -- it’s also... Read more.

  • 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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