Tex-Mex meets Honky Tonk, the accordion is joined by the steel guitar, and everyone wins!
"Mama loves George Jones and daddy loves Freddy Fender", says Dave Perez, accordionist for the band. With influences from all different styles of music, the audience might find it difficult to describe a live show. Most of them say, "I don't know what to call it; I just know it's GOOD!" The band calls it "Tex-Mex Honky Tonk".
A typical Tejas Brothers medley might start out as a jumpin' tejano polka, hop into a steam-engine country train song, and then drop you off in a twisting blues rocker!
If you are one of those people who has all but given up on the music of today, don't worry... there are still some bands putting out the good stuff! If you come to a show, just make sure you can see the stage! -Holiday Bailey (San Angelo Live)
The Tejas Brothers are:
Dave Perez - Accordion
John Garza - Bass
James Shelton - Pedal Steel
Tim Crispin - Drums