L.A.’s Mexican-Americana roots band TREMOLOCO’s latest CD “Salsipuedes” is available now.
Tremoloco is an eclectic roots band who have been described as Mexican Americana. Blending Mexican Folk music with Roots/Country music is no easy task. It certainly helps that they are well versed in several styles including Americana, Folk, Country, Honky Tonk, Tex-Mex, Rancheros, Cumbias and Zydeco all the while writing and performing original songs in both English and Spanish.
A star studded line up of musicians occupy all of the Tremoloco recordings and this tradition continues with their latest release 2013’s “Salsipuedes”. It features the guitar playing of Dave Alvin on the first single “Claudine” and finds them them exploring an ever widening musical scope but always remaining grounded in traditional musical forms. Not content with repeating themselves an adventurous new CD is in the works and scheduled for release in April 2017.
Their live shows have been well received where they’ve wowed fans from the West Coast to the Gulf Coast including Texas, Mississippi and Louisiana, from Mexico to Washington state and up through Canada where they’re loved by old and young alike. They’ve participated in music workshops, hosted roots music TV shows, have done numerous in-store and in-studio radio appearances.