The Mavericks

L.A. Burning: West Coast Concert Picks August 16th To 22nd

By Alyson Camus | August 16, 2021

Guns N’ Roses are at Banc of California Stadium

Press Releases From June 2020: Here Are The Artists

By Alyson Camus | June 14, 2020

An eclectic list

L.A. BURNING, WEST COAST CONCERT PICKS, OCTOBER 2nd To 8th 2017

By Alyson Camus | October 2, 2017

On Saturday October 7th, it’s time for Cal Jam 17 

The Mavericks At The Fonda, Wednesday March 25th 2015

By Alyson Camus | March 28, 2015

Sure, it’s not really country, but there were obvious Tex-Mex flavors, rockabilly, swing, honky-tonk and Latino-Cuban tempos, bringing memories of Mexican fiesta, retro country romance, with the ghosts of Jerry Lee Lewis or Roy Orbison. Orbison? Yes! Malo’s tenor voice has effectively this kind of force and effectiveness, an operatic howl

Medium Cool: Talk Show Guests Week Of March 23rd, 2015

By Iman Lababedi | March 21, 2015

Julie Andrews on Kelly & Mike? That should be a love fest right? 5SoS, though q rerun so, in fact, no Brandon Flowers? The best thing you can say about his first solo album is it was better than last Killers albums, my friend Susan Whitall’s stomping ground, “Detroit Free Press editorial page editor Stephen Henderson” on Tavis Smiley. I am going with the Mavericks for Talk Show Guest of the week.

The Mavericks Visit Town Hall

By Margaret Mullen | February 27, 2015

The band was so cool to watch – the keyboardist dressed in a pink suit from head-to-toe (including a fedora) who never stopped moving, the electric guitarist dressed in red with dangerously pointy shoes reminded me of a bullfighter with his choreographed movements (guitar his muleta), the horns, bass and ever present accordion

The Mavericks At The Town Hall, February 20th, 2015, Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | February 21, 2015

They stepped back just two years for “Come Unto Me” and leader and lead singer Raul Malo took his band to a place where Latin American rhythms and guitars met rockabilly but only as an ingredient of the song. It had the sax and trumpet like an unconscious echo of the ghost of Tito Puentes

Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases Week Of February 16th, 2015

By Iman Lababedi | February 15, 2015

Absolutely the new Mavericks is the one we all have our eyes on, Juliana Hatfield? Really, doesn’t she hate everybody for making her play rock and roll or something? Why is she back with her old band? Kate Pierson? The B-52s stalwart has already released two great songs off her debut album so year, I am up for it. Colin Hay???? Still at work but yeah, it’s The Mavericks.