Los Lonely Boys Biography

Los Lonely Boys

Profile


Famous as :

Tex-Mex rock group

Birth Date :

1996

Birth Place :

Texas

Claim to fame :

Album "Los Lonely Boys" (2004)

Biography


by AceShowbiz.com

them to record their debut album at his Pedernales studio. Initially released under Or Music, the eponymous work delightfully made its way to garner large notice around U.S thus prompted Epic Records to pick it up for major-label distribution by March 2004.

Much to everyone's surprise, the LP amazingly turned out to be a tremendous success for the Los Lonely Boys. Soared increasingly to take its peak on the first spot of Billboard's Top Heatseekers and the 19th rank on The Billboard 200, the record only needed less than 5 months to be certified Gold, unmistakably propelling the band to vast recognition across the country. The accomplishment wonderfully extended to October when one of its tracks entitled “Heaven” superbly topped the Billboard's Adult Contemporary for 18 consecutive weeks, even led them to joyously acquire the honor of Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group at the 2005 Grammy Awards. Smoothly moved on their path in the industry, the trio did not wait long to come up with their sophomore work, “Sacred.” Launched on July 18, 2006, the album also resulted well, taking the 2nd rank in its first week on The Billboard Hot 100 besides generating a hit ...

single, “Diamond.”

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