The Last Bandoleros release EP
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
– The Last Bandoleros announced today the release of their debut self-titled six-song EP.
The San Antonio, Texas-band consists of Jerry Fuentes (guitar and vocals), Derek James (guitar and vocals), Diego Navaira (bass and vocals) and Emilio Navaira (drums and vocals). The brothers Navaira are the sons of the late Conjunto singer Emilio, who released several country CDs in the U.S.
The sound incorporates Tex-Mex, country, rock and British pop with vocal harmonies.
The track list is:
Where Do You Go?
I Don't Want to Know
Take Me to It
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