From Texas Public Radio:
Though The Last Bandoleros no longer call San Antonio home, they are in a sense more connected with their roots here than ever.
Emilio and Diego Navaira are multi-instrumentalists and singers. They’re also the sons of Emilio Navaira, the Grammy-winning Tejano star. Jerry Fuentes plays guitar and sings, and they all write. They spoke with TPR in late October, after they stepped off a whirlwind of a tour they’d been riding.
“We just got back from Europe this summer. We were touring there, released a record — our first full length in the States — called Tex Flex in June,” Diego said. “And we did Good Morning America like two weeks ago. And we’re home now celebrating Dia de los Muertos here at home in San Antonio, eating tacos.”
That Good Morning America gig was live coast-to-coast and debuted probably their most danceable song to date, sung in English and Spanish.
“We made [host] Robin Roberts dance so I could take that off the bucket list,” Emilio said.