Tex-Mex Rock Trio Los Lonely Boys at the Grove of Anaheim
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The last date listed for Los Lonely Boys was Thursday August 2, 2012 / 8:00pm (Doors at 6:00pm).
Currently at City National Grove of Anaheim:
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The Grove is a challenging space to play in, and seating is uncomfortable since dinner tables are set up so that you end up sitting perpendicular to the stage. Certainly you can move your chair, but if it's a full house, it is hard to maneuver so that you are not blocking people.Shawn Colvin & Steve Earle: Songs & Stories, Together On Stage info • Jul 14 2014 star this tip starred
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Fantastic! These brothers are amazing musicians. They kept the crowd full of engery and you can tell the way they interact with each other that they're having a great time putting on a show. Loved it when they brought their nephew out to play...continued
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After the release of their fourth studio album and first self-produced LP on their own LonelyTone/Playing In Traffic Records,_ Rockpango,_ Texas trio Los Lonely Boys continue their relentless touring with new 2012 dates. Known for their 2005 Grammy win and with over 3.1 million albums sold, Los Lonely Boys continue to prove themselves one of the most stunning and wonderful musical success stories of the last decade.
Letting their stoner flag fly on Rockpango single, “16 Monkeys,” the pop princes craft a funky psychedelic fur ball destined for counter culture gold. Los Lonely Boys’ new tour dates continue, sharing the utterly unique combination of blues, rock, soul, their Latino heritage and snippets of hip-hop found on _Rockpango. _
Since debuting in 2003 with a multi-chart gold single, racking up reams of critical praise, opening for the Rolling Stones and playing and recording with such legends as Willie Nelson and Carlos Santana, Rockpango further enforces All Music Guide’s assertion that Los Lonely Boys are “one of America’s premier rock bands.” “We’re still Lonely Boys,” JoJo insists, chuckling in agreement that they are also now Los Lonely Men who have truly come of age on their latest. “We’re still family, we’re still three brothers, we’re still doing what the good Lord has blessed us with, and that’s singing and playing for people who really want to listen.”
Grammy nominated southern blues brothers Luther and Cody Dickenson of North Mississippi Allstars Duo’s latest record,_ Keys to the Kingdom,_ celebrates the band’s unique experience with the cycle of life. The album was recorded after an emotional year during which guitarist/vocalist Luther and drummer brother Cody’s father, Memphis music legend, Jim Dickinson, passed away. During that same year, Luther and his wifewelcomed a daughter into the world. Jim had always told Cody and Luther, “You need to be playing music together. You are better together than you will ever be apart.” Coincidentally, the Dickinson brothers were not together when Jim passed. At that moment, they were both off on their own, Luther with The Black Crowes and Cody with the Hill Country Revue. So they came together to create a record that could help them cope with the loss, and, at the same time, rejoice in his honor. “In the end,” Luther says, “We recorded our best country blues and Mississippi rock ‘n roll record yet — as if our lives depended on it.”