Los Lonely Boys: Grammy-Winning Tex-Mex Rockers at SOPAC
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Los Lonely Boys make their SOPAC debut while riding high on the success of their most recent release, _Rockpango. _A Spanglish word coined by the band, Rockpango translates more or less to "rock party.” The album stands as the most personal work yet by the Grammy-winning Garza brothers — Henry, Ringo, and Jojo — who wrote, recorded and produced it themselves. Since their breakout 2004 self-titled album, which went twice platinum and garnered a Best Pop Performance Grammy for the No 1 hit single “Heaven,” Los Lonely Boys have toured all over the world, performing roughly 200 shows to more than 350,000 fans in 2009-10 alone. Their last studio album, 2008’s Forgiven, earned the band even more critical favor, with the LA Times extolling that it “oozes bone-deep feeling throughout.”