April 15, 2004 — Already enjoying critical acclaim for the release of their first, self-titled album, Los Lonely Boys recently scored big at the Austin Music Awards, taking prizes including Band of the Year and Albumn of the Year. MSNBC.com chat producer Will Femia had a chance to catch up with Henry (guitar) and Ringo (drums) Garza before this band of brothers heads out on tour with Willie Nelson, to talk about their surging success and their special brand of Latin-leaning rock n' roll.
Editor's note: While we generally try not to do any editing of the content of audio interviews, a few technical problems with this call required some light editing of the transcript for the sake of clarity and continuity. My thanks to Los Lonely Boys for their understanding.
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