Los Lonely Boys announce rescheduled shows
BY STEVEN MARK / firstname.lastname@example.org
Los Lonely Boys, the popular Tex-Mex band who had to postpone their March concert due to injury, have rescheduled their Hawaii concerts.
The band, composed of brothers Henry, Jojo and Ringo Jr. Garza, will perform Jan. 25 at The Republik in Honolulu and Jan. 26 on Kauai, according to a release from promoter Tom Moffatt.
The trio was originally to perform here in early March, but just days before their scheduled arrival, Henry Garza was injured when he fell off the stage at a concert in Downey, Calif. He has since recovered and the band has been working on a new album.
The trio, based in their hometown of San Angelo, Texas, gained a national following in 2004 with the release of “Heaven,” which went gold. Their subsequent releases, “Sacred,” “Forgiven” and “Rockpango,” have been noted for their virtuosic musical abilities and soothing vocals. Their latest recording, “Revelations,” will be released a few days before their Hawaii shows.
General admission advance tickets for their 7:30 p.m. appearance at The Republik are $45 and are available at groovetickets.com, all Local Motion stores and at the Safehouse. A limited number of VIP tickets are available for $65.
The Kauai concert is 7:30 p.m. at Kilohana Pavilion. General admission advance tickets are $45 via ticketweb.com. A limited number of VIP tickets are also available exclusively online for $65.
Both concerts are 21-and-over events.