12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As peerless performers who’ve given the world what they call “Texican Rock ’n’ Roll,” Los Lonely Boys weave effortlessly between brown-eyed soul, blues, country, rock ’n’ roll, and Tejano while mixing the elements as only experienced musicians can. Revelation is the trio’s first studio album since guitarist Henry Garza’s serious spinal injury in Downey, California and they still serve up an eclectic menu of smooth AOR pop tracks like “Give a Little More,” “There’s Always Tomorrow," and “Can’t Slow Down” alongside smooth hard rockers like “Rule the World” as if nothing ever happened. Henry’s solos haven’t lost a step, while JoJo and Ringo lock in as the only rhythm section necessary. A seasoned batch of cowriters, from Raul Pacheco of Ozomatli (“Rule the World,” “Everything About You”), Black Eyed Peas collaborators George Pajon Jr. and Keith Harris (“Familia”) to pop writers Matthew Gerrard (“Give a Little More,” “Don’t Walk Away”) and Gordie Sampson (“It’s Just My Heart Talkin’") and alt-country notable Radney Foster (“The Greatest Ever,” “Blame It on Love”) explain the adventurous stylistic choices.

EDITORS’ NOTES

As peerless performers who’ve given the world what they call “Texican Rock ’n’ Roll,” Los Lonely Boys weave effortlessly between brown-eyed soul, blues, country, rock ’n’ roll, and Tejano while mixing the elements as only experienced musicians can. Revelation is the trio’s first studio album since guitarist Henry Garza’s serious spinal injury in Downey, California and they still serve up an eclectic menu of smooth AOR pop tracks like “Give a Little More,” “There’s Always Tomorrow," and “Can’t Slow Down” alongside smooth hard rockers like “Rule the World” as if nothing ever happened. Henry’s solos haven’t lost a step, while JoJo and Ringo lock in as the only rhythm section necessary. A seasoned batch of cowriters, from Raul Pacheco of Ozomatli (“Rule the World,” “Everything About You”), Black Eyed Peas collaborators George Pajon Jr. and Keith Harris (“Familia”) to pop writers Matthew Gerrard (“Give a Little More,” “Don’t Walk Away”) and Gordie Sampson (“It’s Just My Heart Talkin’") and alt-country notable Radney Foster (“The Greatest Ever,” “Blame It on Love”) explain the adventurous stylistic choices.

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