Los Lonely Boys is an American Chicano rock power trio from San Angelo, Texas. The band formed in 1996 and plays a style of music they call "Texican Rock n' Roll," combining elements of rock and roll, Texas blues, brown-eyed soul, country, and Tejano. The band consists of three brothers: Henry Garza (guitar, vocals), JoJo Garza (bass, vocals), and Ringo Garza (drums, vocals). The three brothers emerged as a group in Nashville in the 1990s.
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Los Lonely Boys are a rock band from San Angelo, Texas. They play a style of music they call "Texican Rock n' Roll", combining elements of rock and roll, blues, soul, country, and Tejano.
The band consists of three brothers, Henry (guitar, vocals), Jojo (bass guitar, vocals), and Ringo (drums, vocals) Garza. They follow the tradition of their father, Ringo Garza Sr., who formed a band with his brothers called the Falcones. The Falcones played conjunto music in southern Texas during the 70s and 80s. To date, Los Lonely Boys have released three studio albums and a live album, all on the Epic Records label. Their debut single, "Heaven", was a number one hit on the Billboard adult contemporary chart and reached the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2004.