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TO THE MAX (UPDATE)
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THE STRINGER ASCENDENCY
This adventure coming soon to a trade website near you.
THE B-SIDE
The Last Bandoleros (Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville)
3/14/17

WHAT IT IS: The Last Bandoleros—Jerry Fuentes (guitar/vocals), Derek James (guitar/vocals), Diego Navaira (bass/vocals) and brother Emilio Navaira(drums/vocals)—burst onto the scene in 2016 and have earned widespread recognition. Rolling Stone named them an “Artist to Watch” and hailed them “the next generation of Tex-Mex renegades,” while Entertainment Weekly featured the band as one of their “Breaking Big” artists. The San Antonio Current praised their “infectious, hook-laden” sound and declared that they “soared” in live performance. Canadian Beats called them “a band who are set to blow up any day now.”
ALBUM: The Last Bandoleros EP
RELEASE DATE: EP 1/23; album TBA
SINGLE: “Maria”
TV: Kimmel 7/18/2016
LIVE: 57th & 9th Tour with Sting
INTERNET: 3.8k+ Instagram followers; 1m+ combined Spotify streams of “I Don’t Want to Know” and “Where Do You Go,” 57k monthly Spotify listeners; 10.7k+ Shazam followers
PRESS: People (“Ones To Watch 2016”), EWRolling StoneThe TennesseanSan Antonio Current
BOOKING: Kevin KastrupClint Wiley/Paradigm
PUBLISHING: Arboretum Music (ASCAP)/Cherrytree Publishing/admin. by Kobalt
MANAGEMENT: Martin Kierszenbaum/Cherrytree Management