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Not Very Lonely Boys

Los Lonely Boys came to visit Studio M yesterday and they didn't disappoint.  This was their third visit to Triple M and they were ready to entertain.  The energy these guys have is amazing. Henry, Jojo and Ringo are three brothers who really seem to get along at all times.  You'd think brothers would sometimes fight with each other or at least get annoyed with one another.   They give the impression that they just want to entertain and they're happy that people want to hear their music.  I don't think it's an act.  I really believe they love the music and are happy to be playing whenever and for whoever will listen. They came into Studio M to share some of their new songs.   Actually, it's all covers of songs released 1969.  Henry says at first they didn't even realize all the songs were from the same year, they just liked the tunes. We liked them too as you can tell in the exclusive Live from Studio M video.

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10/27/2009 7:31AM
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10/28/2009 3:44AM
VelvetSky
Nice !!!! Thanks for recording this so LLB fans across the country could see. Can't wait till they come home to Texas!
10/28/2009 3:04PM
Steve Hoffenberg
I was there in the second row, and they were great. After they did "Well, All Right", Jonathan said that they weren't even around in 1969 when Blind Faith covered that Buddy Holly tune. I wanted to yell out that I actually saw Blind Faith do it live in 1969.
10/28/2009 3:47PM
Rita_S
Ya, they love the music and love to entertain and they're so darn good at it!
10/28/2009 3:59PM
Providencia1
Saw them do this live on 10/17 -- they are SO talented. Thanks for sharing this!
10/28/2009 4:13PM
Rita_S
Had to watch it twice. Amazing talent! Must take hours of practice to reach this level of perfection.
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