Last Bandoleros announce Opry debut
Thursday, July 6, 2017
– The Last Bandoleros will make its debut on the Grand Ole Opry stage on Sept. 15.
The Texas-formed band, who has been touring with Sting, also will play the AmericanaFest in Nashville.
The band is comprised of Jerry Fuentes (guitar and vocals), Derek James (guitar and vocals), Diego Navaira (bass and vocals) and Emilio Navaira (drums and vocals). They released their self-titled debut EP, produced by Fuentes in January and are currently working on a full-length record.
Tour dates are:
July 23 Pittsburgh Hartwood Acres Ampitheatre
July 28 Denver Denver Botanic Gardens
July 29 Taos, N.M. Kit Carson Park
Aug. 26 Palmer, Alaska Alaska State Fair
Aug. 31 New York Mercury Lounge
Sept. 9 Albuquerque, N.M. New Mexico State Fair
Sept. 15 Nashville Grand Ole Opry
Sept. 19 Portland, Ore. Doug Fir Lounge
Sept. 21 San Francisco, Café du Nord
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