Tex mex party comes to the Harlequin Theatre
Put your blues on cruise and come along to a passionate and energetic Tex Mex party at the Harlequin Theatre.
Los Pacaminos were born in 1993 in London as an antidote to the bleak English winter.
Originally formed as an opportunity to play their shared love of Border, Tex-Mex and Americana music, word got around and the band soon started gigging.
The seven-piece is fronted by talented vocalist Paul Young and the group performs an incendiary mix of classics and original material.
Young says: "Los Pacaminos started out just for fun, playing simply for the pleasure of it, and it just took off from there.
"What's really nice is that everyone else in the band can sing too, and they do, all in their own different styles.
"It's real bar room stuff, foot stompers, and not too many slow songs - a real party atmosphere."
The band’s friendships stretch back 30 years and they say it is these long-term connections that underpin the very special atmosphere generated at a Los Pacaminos show.
Members of the audience are often invited onstage to join the guys in a slug of Tequila.
Los Pacaminos, Harlequin Theatre, Warwick Quadrant, Redhill, October 6, 8pm, £10, call 01737 276500, visit www.harlequintheatre.co.uk