Los Lonely Boys is an American musical group from San Angelo, Texas, that plays a style of Tex-Mex rock, with elements of blues, soul, country, and Tejano. Influcences include Stevie Ray Vaughan, Santana and Ritchie Valens. The band consists of three brothers: Henry, Jojo, and Ringo Garza. They have followed the tradition of their father, Ringo Garza Sr., who also was in a band made up of his brothers called The Falcones, which played conjunto music in southern Texas during the 1970s and 1980s.
Henry, Jojo, and Ringo sang backup for their father during his solo career, even before they were teenagers. Moving to Nashville in the 1990s, the sons emerged as a group separate from their father's career, and, after moving back to Texas, recorded their debut album in 2003 in Austin at Willie Nelson's Pedernales recording studio. The album was released by Or Music. The album was acquired by Epic Records for distribution in March 2004.
Their single "Heaven" reached #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart, and #16 on the Billboard Hot 100. The group also won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal in 2005. Los Lonely Boys d...
|years active||1996 – present|
|country||Texas, United States|
|music genre||Rock and Roll|
|current members|| Henry Garza|
Ringo Garza, Jr.