THE LAST BANDOLEROS ARE THE MOST ADDED NEW ARTIST AT COUNTRY RADIO IN AMERICA
Recently Named A Rolling Stone Country Artist You Should Know
NASHVILLE, TN (June 21 2016) - Recently named one of Rolling Stone’s Country Artists You Should Know, Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville’s The Last Bandoleros became the most added new artist at country radio in America this week with their debut single “Where Do You Go?” If you didn’t get a chance to see this song live during CMA Music Fest, those in the Nashville area will have another opportunity at WMN’s Pickin’ On The Patio this Wednesday at 5:30pm.
The Last Bandoleros – guitarists Jerry Fuentes and Derek James and bassist Diego Navaira– blend their unique styles of music to create their own brand of contemporary country music. “Where Do You Go?” is the perfect introduction to a band poised to take country fans on a tour of the Texas borderlands. The single is available now at iTunes.
The San Antonio and Brooklyn-based Bandoleros are country music’s most distinctive entry in 2016, which Rolling Stone hails as “a ferocious Tex-Mex tinged band.” The band’s Tejano roots are authentic. Diego is the son of the late legend Emilio Navaira and like Fuentes hails from San Antonio.
Drenched in beautiful and intricate harmonies that reflect the Beatles as much as the Everly Brothers, Rolling Stone goes on to describe “Where Do You Go?” as “a roadhouse rhythm that plays off rich harmonies” and tells the story of the girl who always disappears with the sunrise. The song – like the band – is unforgettable.
The Last Bandoleros set SXSW on fire this spring and the boys are out on the road playing select festival and solo dates this summer. For tickets and more information, visit TheLastBandoleros.com and follow @lastbandoleros on Twitter.