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The Mavericks Return With New Album-“Mono”

The sensational Mavericks are back in the recording studio preparing their up and coming new album, “Mono”, scheduled for release on Feb. 17th!

The Grammy-winning group that split up back in 2004, and thankfully in 2013 made the wise decision to join forces again. This time offering their fans more of a Latin-infused country rock sound. For the most part, all of the original members are back together again, led by the noteworthy and distinctive voice of its Cuban-American lead singer, Raul Malo.

“With “Mono we started with less purpose and more passion, hoping to do what music is supposed to do, evoke a vibe that naturally takes each listener somewhere different,” stated Malo. “That’s what happened to each of us as we went in the studio and listened to old vinyls before recording. There was just a beauty to the sound that inspired how we developed these songs and even why we chose to record in mono.”

If you are tired of hearing the same old, same old, be sure to get your copy of “Mono” by pre-ordering at Amazon.com today!

“Mono” Tracklisting:
1. “All Night Long”
2. “Summertime
3. “Pardon Me”
4. “What Am I Supposed To Do”
5. “Stories We Could Tell”
6. “What You Do To Me”
7. “Let It Rain (On Me)”
8. “The Only Question Is”
9. “Out The Door”
10. “(Waiting For) The World To End”
11. “Fascinate Me”
**Bonus Track** “Nitty Gritty”

Now gearing up for a huge year in 2015, The Mavericks will bring their new music and high energy live show to some of the most intimate venues around the world.

Click HERE to watch The Mavericks perform at the Grand Ole Opry.

The Hollywood Reporter recently exclaimed of the band’s “In Time” live show, “…the crowd cheered, spent and delirious. Well over two hours into the show, there was only one way to close out the night. Brandishing ‘All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down,’ their percolating #1 country hit, the band found a loose groove and deeper pocket – trampolining the crowd back to rapture one more time.”

For updated tour dates and information, visit http://www.themavericksband.com/.

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