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A TEX FLEX OFFERING
6/30/22

The Last Bandoleros, aka Diego NavairaEmilio Navaira Jr. and Jerry Fuentes, are bringing a fresh mix of rock, pop and Latin music to their latest album, Tex Flex.

Out today (6/30), the set arrives in tandem with a newly announced world tour, which includes dates opening for the likes of StingRobert Plant & Alison Krauss, German arena band The BossHoss and Gin Blossoms.

The 13-track album—produced by the trio and Martin Kierszenbaum (Sting, Lady Gaga)—features previously released tracks such as “California Moon” w/Hannah Brier and “Maldita,” the latter of which received the Premio Tejano Mundial award for Crossover Song of the Year, as well as a modernized Tex-Flex rendition of Eddie Cochran’s “Something Else,” a cover of Los Panchos’ “Sin Un Amor” and plenty of new material. 

Back in 2020, the trio dropped their live album, aptly named Live from Texas, which peaked #6 on the iTunes Albums chart following a performance on ABC’s Good Morning America.

The Last Bandoleros are managed by The Cherrytree Music Company.