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The Last Bandoleros set tour

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 – After touring with Sting - opening and playing with him - The Last Bandoleros will tour the U.S. on their own for the "Crooked Little Halo" Tour.

Having joined Sting's "57th and 9th" Tour in North America before heading overseas, The Last Bandoleros combine country, rock and Mexican sounds in their music. The group released an EP in January.

The band is Jerry Fuentes (guitar and vocals), Derek James (guitar and vocals), Diego Navaira (bass and vocals) and Emilio Navaira (drums and vocals).

Tour dates are:
June 15 Atlanta Vinyl
June 16 Nashville The Basement
June 17 Chattanooga, Tenn. Riverbend Festival
June 27 Kansas City Knuckleheads
June 28 St. Louis Off Broadway
June 29 Chicago SPACE
June 30 Minneapolis 7th Street Entry
July 1 Milwaukee Summerfest
July 23 Pittsburgh Hartwood Acres Amphitheatre
July 28 Denver Denver Botanic Gardens
July 29 Taos, N.M. Kit Carson Park
Aug. 26, 2017 Palmer, AK Alaska State Fair
Aug. 31, 2017 New York Mercury Lounge
Sept. 9, 2017 Albuquerque, N.M. New Mexico state Fair

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