With Robert Randolph and the Family Band and
There comes a time in every band's career when an overwhelming sense of fear and dread of failure begins to creep in, especially for groups that have the fortune to make a big splash right out of the starting gate and then face the daunting task of a follow-up. But try telling that to Los Lonely Boys. Sure, they won a Grammy for the single "Heaven" off their eponymous debut, but rather than concern themselves with how to avoid the sinister sophomore slump, the Garza brothers have spent the last year relentlessly touring and writing and woodshedding material on the road for their next disc, due out this fall. Fear and dread? Forget it; these Latin-flavored roots rockers don't seem to have the time.