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Los Lonely Boys come to Folsom

Los Lonely Boys have recorded their fourth studio album. Don't miss their live performance in Folsom on March 9. Courtesy photo
Los Lonely Boys have recorded their fourth studio album. Don't miss their live performance in Folsom on March 9. Courtesy photo

Carrera Productions is proud to announce a very special evening with Grammy award-winning Los Lonely Boys on Saturday, March 9.

The band mates’ stories to date is already the stuff of legends: playing behind their fathers as kids in cantinas and honky-tonks, then moving to Nashville as teen to try to win a record deal. Their self-titled album went double platinum and from that came the No. 1 radio hit “Heaven,” which won a Grammy.

Their new album, “Rockpango,” is the band’s fourth and finest studio album yet. Continuing to creatively draw from and meld blues, rock from classic to modern, soul, their Latino heritage and even snippets of hip-hop, jazz and more. This acoustic show will pull from all their finest work and will make this Carrera Productions event at Three Stages a night to remember.

Tickets for this incredible night of entertainment are available at threestages.net. Tickets are $30, $39 or $49. Doors open at 7 p.m. and show is at 8 p.m. Three stages is located at 10 College Parkway on the Folsom Lake College campus.

A portion of proceeds from this event will benefit the Sacramento Blues Society’s Blues in the Schools program.  Other sponsors include Hampton Inn and Suites in Folsom and Powerhouse Pub.

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