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|Dec 18||The Mavericks||Gruene Hall New Braunfels, Texas||Find Tickets|
|Dec 19||The Mavericks||Gruene Hall New Braunfels, Texas||Find Tickets|
|Feb 27||The Mavericks||The Charleston Music Hall North Charleston, South Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Feb 28||The Mavericks||The Carolina Theatre Durham, North Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Mar 1||An Evening with The Mavericks||Jefferson Theater Charlottesville, Virginia|
|Mar 2||The Mavericks||The Birchmere Alexandria, Virginia||Find Tickets|
|Mar 8||The Mavericks||The Ark Ann Arbor, Michigan|
|Mar 8||The Mavericks||Royal Oak Music Theatre Royal Oak, Michigan||Find Tickets|
|Mar 9||The Mavericks||Pantages Theatre - Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota||Find Tickets|
|Mar 19||The Mavericks||Festival Place Sherwood Park, CAN||Find Tickets|
|Mar 20||The Mavericks||Festival Place Sherwood Park, CAN||Find Tickets|
|Mar 21||The Mavericks||Athabasca Multiplex Athabasca, CAN||Find Tickets|
|Mar 22||The Mavericks||Flames Central Calgary, CAN||Find Tickets|
|Mar 30||The Mavericks||San Francisco, California, United States San Francisco, California||Find Tickets|
|Apr 3||The Mavericks||The Music Box @ Henry Fonda Theater Los Angeles, California||Find Tickets|
absolutely fantastic at de montfort in leicester.
WILD BILLS PLACE.. PLLLLLEASE.. :)
My back yard is open....LOL ;).
Need them to come to Melbourne.
Scottish Rite in Collingswood NJ would be a great place for you guys. I could have the place packed.
We're in a small town, but would be thrilled to have them! Assembly Hall in Normal, IL would be a nice place for them to perform! Please, please!
I love their music, and hope to go to their concert in Scotland.
Minneapolis/Twin Cities (Please Please Please!)
Ardrossan town hall would be good. Let me know when and I will see if I can book it for you guys!
Prolific genre-jumper Raul Malo may go down in music history as one of the most expansive guys on the country circuit: he effortlessly traverses from Latin jazz to Cuban pop to lounge-inspired schmaltz to boogie-down rock 'n' roll and beyond. But when he's playing catchy-as-hell twang rock with his band the Mavericks, it's easy to understand that country music is this man's forte. The Mavericks formed in Miami, Florida, in the late 1980s and made friends and fans by playing their infectious Americana foot-stompers inside of rock clubs. (Apparently, country clubs wanted country cover bands and turned the Mavericks away because they played original songs.) Their eponymous 1990 debut wasn't as strong in its songwriting as the albums that would come after it, but this first album really showed off their bona fide chemistry, which could blow the oversized hat acts off almost any Nashville stage. MCA caught wind of the Mav's buzz and signed them in 1991, giving their second LP, From Hell To Paradise, more money and production help than their first release. On this sophomore album, Malo's songwriting bore more fruit than a field of prickly pear cacti. Songs like the Sir Douglas Quintet-flavored "I Got You" and the roadhouse rocker "End Of The Line" should have climbed the charts, but they were upstaged by a drop-dead gorgeous rendition of Hank Williams' "Hey Good Lookin'" (the only single from their second album to get radio airplay). In 1994, the band released What a Crying Shame, a third-time's-the-charm album that went platinum and yielded three singles.
- Eric Shea
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