Hacienda Brothers and 'What's Wrong'

Musicians Chris Gaffney and Dave Gonzalez

the Hacienda Brothers blend country and rhythm and blues in their new album What's Wrong with Right Jeff Smith/FotoSmith hide caption

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Musicians Chris Gaffney and Dave Gonzalez of the Hacienda Brothers discuss their new album, What's Wrong with Right. The band, based in Tuscon, Arizona, blends country and rhythm and blues, and 'What's Wrong with Right' is a mix of original songs and covers. Their producer is the legendary Dan Penn.

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What's Wrong with Right
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Hacienda Brothers
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Proper Records U.S.
Released
2006

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