The Mavericks

Country

The Mavericks are an aptly-named band. They've always stood apart from whatever scene or trend might be happening at any given time. From their humble beginnings in South Florida, where they ended up on bills with Marilyn Manson (?!?!) to their heyday as critically-acclaimed and commercially successful chart-toppers in Nashville's '90s country explosion. Their rock and latin-infused sound, along with Raul Malo's unmistakable Roy Orbison-inspired vocals were like nothing else coming out of Music Row at the time. After nearly a decade of pursuing individual goals and projects, The Mavericks are back! The Mavericks' new album "In Time" arrives next Tuesday, February 26th, and Raul Malo, Robert Reynolds, Paul Deakin, Jerry Dale McFadden and Eddie Perez will celebrate by taking over our record store to perform a set for you! True to form, "In Time" defies definition and blurs genres, from the Buck Owens tropical chicken scratch of "Dance In The Moonlight" to the panoramic Orbison-esque "Born To Be Blue", from the horn-punctuated retro noir "Back In Your Arms Again" to the Tejano-flavored "All Over Again". The Mavericks make music to sooth your soul and move your soles! I'm hearing ukuleles, horns and accordions will be in the mix for this live in-store set and it will also be simulcast over to Europe through StageIt.com. This performance is free and all ages. Grimey's opens at 1PM and The Mavericks will perform shortly thereafter, followed by a meet-and-greet / autograph signing with the band. Line up at the front door of Grimey's (the main store) anytime prior to 1PM. We may open the doors a little early to allow everyone to get in and give you time to purchase The Mavericks new album on vinyl or CD so you'll already have it to meet the band after their performance. Get here early to grab a good spot and we'll see you Sunday, March 3rd!

Sun, Mar 3 | 1:00 PM
Grimey's New & Preloved Music
Free
All ages
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The Mavericks

Nashville TN  |  Country



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