Mariachi El Bronx: UK tour announced

Mariachi El Bronx
Announce details of U.K. headline tour.

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Following the release of their well-received second album, Mariachi El Bronx (II), in September, Mariachi El Bronx have announced a U.K. tour in November. They recently played rapturously received sets at both the Reading & Leeds festivals.

The reaction to the album in their native U.S. has been equally impressive ”“ the album topped the Billboard alternative chart, they recently made their debut national TV appearance on Jay Leno and are also set to support the Foo Fighters on their forthcoming arena tour.

The full list of dates is as follows:

NOVEMBER

18th Dublin The Workman's Club

19th Belfast The Stiff Kitten

20th Edinburgh Liquid Rooms

21st Newcastle The Cluny

22nd Nottingham Bodega

23rd Manchester Sound Control

24th Leeds Cockpit 2

25th Sheffield Leadmill

26th Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms

27th Cardiff The Globe

28th Norwich Waterfront

29th Brighton Concorde 2

DECEMBER

17th London Kings College

18th Wolverhampton Slade Rooms

The recent album was once again co-produced by John Avila, a former member of Oingo Boingo,and was recorded this past Christmas and New Year at Avila's studio, Brando's Paradise in San Gabriel, CA.

In recent years, The Bronx has redefined what punk means, releasing three self-titled full-length albums and a deluge of 7 inches and EPs. Mariachi El Bronx was conceived in 2006, after The Bronx was asked to perform unplugged on Fuel TV. Believing that nothing sucks more than rock bands playing acoustic songs, they adopted another style of music endemic to Los Angeles and infinitely better suited for an acoustic performance ”“ mariachi music. The experience unearthed something unexpected, what the band likens to discovering a second soul within. Touring the world as The Bronx, they simultaneously began writing songs for Mariachi El Bronx. In 2007, Vincent Hidalgo, son of David Hidalgo (Los Lobos, Latin Playboys), joined the lineup and everything came together. They have released 2 Mariachi El Bronx albums to date.

Mariachi El Bronx are: Matt Caughthran (vocals), Joby J. Ford (vihuela), Jorma Vik (drums), Brad Magers (trumpet), Ken Mochikoshi Horne (jarana), Vincent Hidalgo (guitarrón) and Ray Suen (violin)

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