Los Lonely Boys (4/25/18)

Los Lonely Boys

The story of how the Garza brothers - vocalist/guitarist Henry, bassist/vocalist Jojo, and drummer/ vocalist Ringo - rode their bluesy “Texican rock” sound from San Angelo, Texas, to worldwide fame is one of rock’s great Cinderella tales. Through the strength of their family bond, they persevered through serious injuries and tragic loss. That same strength keeps them moving forward today. “We stick together,” says Jojo, “and we’re trying to pass on that feeling of brotherhood, of familia, in all the music we make.”

Lisa Morales

Like many singer-songwriters, Lisa Morales started penning tunes as a way to express her emotions addressing the complex landscape of relationships through music and verse. Her perspective now is that of a woman who’s gone through many storms and witnessed their sometimes-beautiful aftermaths as well.



With Luna Negra and the Daughter of the Sun, Morales sought to reach even more deeply into her soul. Drawing from a creative palette informed by the rhythms, colors and flavors of the Southwest — from the painted-desert skies of her native Tucson, Arizona, where she and cousin Linda Ronstadt grew up, to the sea-salted air of Houston, where she moved at 18, and the history-filled city of San Antonio, where she now lives — she’s crafted an album of maturity, sensitivity and strength. On each of its 11 tracks — all but one of which were written or co-written by Morales — she confirms that she is a woman in touch with her emotions and inner power. Lyrics, sung in English, Spanish and Spanglish, also convey the promise of new beginnings.

$40 ADV / $44 DOOR (plus fees)

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