Los Lonely Boys Release Dallas Cowboys Theme Song

Los Lonely Boys are back in stores with a new EP covering classic rock songs from the year 1969. Entitled 1969, the EP includes covers of The Doors, Buddy Holly, and Santana and was released in October 2009 on the band's own label, Lonely Tone/Playing in Traffic, based out of Austin, TX. In a recent review, the Washington Times stated, "Although rooted in the Tejano tradition, the brothers also embraced the raw sounds of rock 'n' roll, and their debut album earned comparisons to Los Lobos and Stevie Ray Vaughan. The band's newest recording, 1969, strengthens such rock 'n' roll connections by paying tribute to one of rock's biggest years."

The band recently concluded the first leg of a headlining tour in support of 1969. The Acoustic Brotherhood Tour began October 5th and featured special guests Alejandro Escovedo and Hacienda. Los Lonely Boys recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel, Good Day NY, and Fox and Friends in support of the new EP

In addition to releasing 1969, Los Lonely Boys have also shown their Texas pride in writing a theme song for the Dallas Cowboys. Lifelong fans, the band was excited to write a song about their beloved football team that will be used across all marketing channels for the team.
- Listen to 'Let's Go Cowboys' here

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