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The Tex-Mix of Los Lonely Boys
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The Tex-Mix of Los Lonely Boys

The Tex-Mix of Los Lonely Boys

Brothers Draw on Variety of Influences to Form Their Own Sound

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Web Extra: Band Members Discuss Their Recording of 'Onda'
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Take a dollop of Stevie Ray Vaughan, a pinch of Santana and a helping of Ritchie Valens and you might come up with a band that sounds a lot like Los Lonely Boys. The Austin-based group of Mexican-American brothers also has country music roots and considers Willie Nelson a patron of sorts. NPR's Felix Contreras reports.

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