Los Lonely Boys

with The Plateros

at The KTAOS Solar Center

February 13, 2014 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Time: 7:00pm     Day: Thursday     Doors: 4:00pm     Ages: 21+ without parent or guardian     Price: $29
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Tickets also available at The Coffee Spot.

Can anything even more magical happen in the already charmed career of Los Lonely Boys? You bet. It’s called Rockpango, their first self produced long player on their own LonelyTone/Playing In Traffic Records. And yeah, it’s magical indeed. At least as magical — and maybe more so — as debuting in 2003 with a multi-chart gold single, selling millions of albums, winning a Grammy, racking up reams of critical acclaim, opening for The Rolling Stones, and many more accomplishments for the Texican rock’n’roll trio of brothers. Plus playing and recording with such legends as Willie Nelson and Carlos Santana, associations that give a strong hint at what’s at work here on Rockpango. After proving themselves one of the most stunning and wonderful musical success stories of the last decade, Los Lonely Boys are now carving out their legend with their fourth studio album. Even though the band has already shown they can “up the ante with greater musicianship and confidence” (People) every time out, on Rockpango they heighten the trajectory, open up their sound, and show what flourishing maturity feels like from these veteran yet still young and burgeoning musical talents.
- See more at: http://www.loslonelyboys.com/about/about-the-boys

The Plateros is a  three piece family blues rock power trio, from Tohajiilee, NM of the eastern agency of the Navajo nation within the Southwest of the USA. They first came on the music scene in 2004 at a music fest in Birdspring, AZ. By April 2005 they were invited to the biggest Powwow in the world, “The Gathering of Nations” for a 20-min set on the “Reach the Rez Stage." At the time the lead guitar player was only 12 years old. Levi came out on the stage that night and just amazed the packed crowd. the young guitarist slid across the stage with power chords and screaming blues notes as his dad, Murphy, backed his son with bass guitar, vocals, and his older cousin kept the beat on
drums. This was their first major performance. By the end of the show the crowd had just seen the arrival of another Native American family band like Indigenous and Redbone. the crowd gave the young boy and his family band a huge welcome to the Native American music scene. Little did they know that this was just the beginning of a journey that would take them from a small Indian reservation across the entire country, even to the 2009 US Presidental Inaugural Ball. Today Levi continues to perform with his family. They have performed over 280 shows since 2005. They are considered one of the most exciting bands to watch live. in 2009 they won Best Blues at the New Mexico Music Awards from their 2nd album “hang on”, nominated twice by the Native American Music Awards in 2006 and 2008. Their first music video “Forever
I’m with You” was nominated for Best Music Video by the 2009 American Indian Film Festival, they won Best Music Video at the 2010 Dreamspeaker Film Fest in Alberta, Canada. In 2009 they were selected w/ other well known national native acts in the first ever native music rock tour in 15 selected cities at Hard Rock Cafes across the United States. These are just a few things this young band have achieved.