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A Texas Tradition
Phone (512) 651-5033
Price $30
Age Suitability All Ages
Categories Rock Country

A Texas Tradition

Saturday, Aug 30 7:30p to 11:30p

KDRP presents “A Texas Tradition” at the Backyard with Los Lonely Boys, Texas Tornados, Alex Ruiz & the Night Mothers, the Peterson Brothers and Hunter Sharpe.

Created by The Backyard Live Oak Amphitheater

Performers at this Event
Texas Tornados
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The ultimate Tex-Mex supergroup, Texas Tornados were composed of some of the genre's most legendary figures: Doug Sahm, Augie Meyers (Sahm's bandmate in the groundbreaking Sir Douglas Quintet), Hispanic country star Freddy Fender, and accordion virtuoso Flaco Jimenez....
Los Lonely Boys
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Hailing from San Angelo, TX, Los Lonely Boys are a sibling trio whose music draws equally from rock, blues, Tex-Mex, conjunto, and tejano. Such a combination is shaped by the band's three brothers: guitarist Henry Garza, bassist JoJo Garza, and drummer Ringo Garza, Jr....
The Peterson Brothers
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The Peterson Brothers were born and raised deep in the “Lost Pines” of Bastrop, Texas. Alex, 14, on bass and violin and vocals; and Glenn Jr., 17 guitar and lead vocals are two brothers, two hearts and one sound....
Location & Nearby Info
The Backyard at Bee Cave
13801 Bee Cave Pkwy.
Austin, TX 78738
(512) 651-5033
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Feb. 26, 2010 - Austin360.com | Austin American-Statesman - John T. Davis

The first Texas Tornado album of new material since 1996 effectively passes the Tornados’ musical torch to Doug Sahm’s eldest son Shawn, and at the same time serves as an affectionate farewell tip of the sombrero to the late, great Freddy Fender.

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June 30, 2008 - Austin360.com | Austin American-Statesman - Alex Jones

There’s no question mark after the title of Los Lonely Boys’ third album, “Forgiven,” but it sure couldn’t hurt. The last time we heard from the brothers Garza, bassist JoJo and drummer Ringo were still dogged by assorted drug and assault charges. “Sacred,” the album they were promoting at the time, was rising up the charts, yeah, thanks to the carry-over popularity of the song “Heaven” from their self-titled debut, but it was hard not to feel disgusted by the air of moral decline.

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