Los Angeles musician Tony Zamora teams up with long-time friends and cohorts Tremoloco in support of his new album Dulcinea. Blending Tony’s East LA roots with Texan musicians and their original sounds, the debut album is a successful mix of roots rock and traditional Mexican originals. Co-produced by Los Lobos great, Cougar Estrada, the enormously rich and varied album is a fusion of Americana, country, and the folk inheritance of Zamora’s forefathers — call it Mexican-Americana. Mixing multiple genres for style recognition isn’t always easy, but the group’s eclectic genres punch through with captivating lyrics that are easy to connect with. They ride through Texas, playing with their friends along the way. $10, 9pm, Casbeers, 1719 Blanco Rd., (210) 732-3511.
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