6apr2018"Displacement" CD Release Party Tour - Austin, TXAntone's
Come celebrate the release of our 2nd album "Displacement" at the legendary Antone's in Austin. Our good friends in Mothership will also be there, rockin' all your favorite Zeppelin tunes. Plus, at
Come celebrate the release of our 2nd album “Displacement” at the legendary Antone’s in Austin.
Our good friends in Mothership will also be there, rockin’ all your favorite Zeppelin tunes.
Plus, at the end of the night, stick around for an all-out rock fest with both bands taking the stage together for a few crowd favorites.
While you’re there, pick up your copy of “Displacement” on CD. Plus, the first 100 fans who stop by the merch booth will receive a FREE Download card.
See y’all there!
(Friday) 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
305 E 5th St
7apr2018"Displacement" CD Release Party Tour - Houston, TXThe Continental Club
Come celebrate the release of our 2nd album "Displacement" at the Continental Club in Houston! Our good friends in Mothership will also be there, rockin' all your favorite Zeppelin tunes. Plus, at
Come celebrate the release of our 2nd album “Displacement” at the Continental Club in Houston!
(Saturday) 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Continental Club
3700 Main St,
4aug2018Crested Butte Arts FestivalWith MothershipCrested Butte Arts Festival
We're incredibly excited to join our brothers in Mothership at the Crested Butte Arts Festival. We're taking a taste of South Texas to Colorado. Let's rock!
We’re incredibly excited to join our brothers in Mothership at the Crested Butte Arts Festival. We’re taking a taste of South Texas to Colorado. Let’s rock!
(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Crested Butte Arts Festival
601 Elk Ave
1oct2017Port A Proud ConcertPalm Plaza at Palmilla Beach Resort
The Juantanamos are proud to be part of this special concert,supporting the Port A Proud attitude of the residents and business owners in Port Aransas at the Palm Plaza
The Juantanamos are proud to be part of this special concert,supporting the Port A Proud attitude of the residents and business owners in Port Aransas at the Palm Plaza at Palmilla Beach Resort.
As the community continues to come together, we want to show our ongoing support and commitment to helping Port A come back stronger than ever.
The concert is FREE and there will be plenty of food as well as a cash bar. Make sure to bring a blanket or a chair for the lawn!
If you love the city of Port Aransas as much as we do, come out to show your support as the community begins to rebuild from the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey. ALL AGES are welcome!
(Sunday) 12:00 pm
Palm Plaza at Palmilla Beach Resort
2dec2016EP Release & Big Lebowski TributeSam's Burger Joint
Between their last two shows at South By Southwest and the Reno Championship Air Races, the Juantanamos have been quietly writing and recording music for the follow up to
Between their last two shows at South By Southwest and the Reno Championship Air Races, the Juantanamos have been quietly writing and recording music for the follow up to their acclaimed 2015 debut album “Ghost Tracks”; currently scheduled for release in mid-2017.
Fans will get to hear what the band has been up to at Sam’s Burger Joint this December 2nd as the band premieres selections from the new album, breaks out some old favorites, and rocks the house with over 2 hours of music…and keep your eyes peeled for a special guest appearance. Plus, everyone there will be get a FREE EP with an exclusive sneak peek at music from the new album!
The last time the band played Sam’s Burger Joint, they took on the ambitious task of recreating Pink Floyd’s iconic album “Dark Side of the Moon” live, which they did ceremoniously complete with guest musicians, laser lights, and “Wizard of Oz” visuals.
This time, they’re paying tribute to one of the band’s favorite movies, cult classic “The Big Lebowski”; performing songs from the movie and celebrating all things “Dude”. Come prepared to dance your asses off and share a few laughs with the band. The Juantanamos abide!
(Friday) 8:00 pm
Sam's Burger Joint
330 E Grayson St
17sep2016Reno Championship Air RacesReno Stead Airport
Are you ready Reno? The Juantanamos are heading your way to rock this year's Championship Air Races on Saturday, September 17th starting at 5:30pm right after the last race
Are you ready Reno? The Juantanamos are heading your way to rock this year’s Championship Air Races on Saturday, September 17th starting at 5:30pm right after the last race of the day!
Featuring over 2 hours of rock – from classic hits to JuantaFan-favorites; a sneak-peek at a few tracks from our forthcoming sophomore release…plus, some special surprise guests. Whether you arrive by airplane, helicopter, or parachute…you won’t want to miss it.
We’re proud to be representing San Antonio as we bring our brand of rock to Reno! Stay tuned for more details.
(Saturday) 5:30 pm
Reno Stead Airport
4895 Texas Ave
19mar2016TexPop presents the Sound of San AntonioThe ABGB
The South Texas Popular Culture Center a.k.a. Tex Pop is proud to present a celebration of The San Antonio Sound to top off this year’s SX Music Week on
The South Texas Popular Culture Center a.k.a. Tex Pop is proud to present a celebration of The San Antonio Sound to top off this year’s SX Music Week on Saturday March 19th at ABGB in Austin, Texas. Headlining the event will be Rudy Tee Gonzales Y Los Pelicanos del Rey.
Saturday March 19th THE ABGB 1305 W. Oltorf St., Austin, TX 78704 Doors at 6:30 pm, Music at 7. All ages, no cover. Tex Pop Presents 7:00 pm New Mystery Girl 8:00 pm Harvey McLaughlin & The Bottom Feeders 9:00 pm Rudy Tee Gonzales Y Los Pelicanos del Rey 10:00 pm The Krayolas 11:00 pm The Juantanamos
As one of the major pioneers of Chicano rock’n’roll and later a successful Tejano singer, Rudy Tee Gonzales helped put San Antonio’s famous Westside Sound on the map, inspiring everyone from Doug Sahm to ? and The Mysterians.
In 1952, 14 year old Rudy Tee Gonzales started his own conjunto band in San Antonio, Conjunto Los Panchitos. However all that changed when he first heard Johnny Guitar Watson, Bobby Blue Bland and other national R&B acts. He immediately started a new band enlisting Big Ralph Sanchez (Big Ralph & The Gigolos) on sax, brother Red Gonzales on drums and others. By the late 1950’s they cut some of the earliest Chicano rock and roll on small San Antonio labels. Many of these were written by Rudy, including “I Cry, Cry” (Rio Records), “Indian Rock” (Blaze Records) and “Morning Glory” (Red Top Records).
1961 brought their first big package show with Mexican performers playing at the Alameda Theatre in San Antonio. Now known as (Rudy &) The Reno Bops, Gonzales was recording for Renner Records, doing covers of popular R&B and Rock’n’Roll songs which Rudy had translated into Spanish including “Tossing & Turning” as “Vueltas y Vueltas” , “The Twist” as “El Twist”, “Don’t Cry No More” as “No Llores Mas”.
This act toured Texas, from SA to Corpus to Houston then off to California and on to the East Coast. Around this time Jesus Martinez and Los Teen Tops came to San Antonio for a show. Rudy and Los Teen Tops hit it off and Rudy found himself on a 30 hour train trip from San Antonio to Mexico City. He spent a few weeks down in Mexico playing bass and translating songs. Los Teen Tops wanted him to stay but Rudy was in the Army Reserves at the time and had to go back to SA.
In 1965, Pato Gonzales was Rudy’s promoter and booking agent. Pato along with wife Lily (owners of Bego Records) offered a deal to Rudy to co-own a new record label, soon dubbed Pa-Go-Go Records. The first act on the label was a little band out of Michigan called ? and The Mysterians. Their first release for Pa-Go-Go was “96 Tears” b/w “Midnight Hour”, produced by Rudy. The label went on to release many other highly sought after 45’s from 1965-1967.
The intervening 35+ years would see Rudy Tee continue to perform, most notably as a Tejano singer until 2015 when he was invited to appear as a headliner at Ponderosa Stomp in New Orleans. Rudy and the Reno Bops performed to over 1,500 music fanatics playing songs from their catalog not touched since their original release on 45 RPM, sending the New Orleans crowd into a huge dance party and sparking a new interest in the sub-genre of Texas music known as the “Westside Sound”.
2016 brings a special collaboration between Rudy and surf and twang killers King Pelican, performing material he hasn’t done since the early 60‘s. The new act called Rudy Tee Gonzales Y Los Pelicanos del Rey captures the true sound and excitement of the era when Rudy was playing all over Texas, California and Mexico City. King Pelican has the big chops and driving beat to really showcase the raw energy of Rudy Tee, making this collaboration a must-see.
Opening the evening’s show will be Chrissy Flatt’s New Mystery Girl. The San Antonio raised rocker has an upbeat and twangy sound that recalls 60’s garage and girl groups and early American punk.
Following NMG will be Harvey McLaughlin & The Bottom Feeders. The band infuses 50’s and early 60’s influenced rock’n’roll with 20-something energy and swagger.
After Rudy T’s set San Antonio veterans The Krayolas take the stage. The band now nearly forty years into a career that began in the mid-70’s were once referred to as “The Beatles of Tex-Mex” because of their early harmony heavy, Fab Four influenced singles for Box Records. The band’s mid-2000’s revival has brought them new fans with a woodier, updated sound that relies more heavily on the incorporation of regional styles including blues and Tex-Mex. They are often heard on Little Steven’s Garage on Sirius XM.
Closing the night’s festivities will be The Juantanamos, brainchild of guitarist and songwriter John Agather. The relatively new act draws very well in San Antonio with spotless presentation and music that brings The San Antonio Sound into the present within the AAA context.
Expect special guests throughout the evening, this should be a night to remember.
Tex Pop is THE Music Museum of San Antonio presenting exhibits centered on San Antonio’s rich musical history, as well as live performances, film screenings and art and photography shows.
(Saturday) 6:30 pm
1305 W Oltorf St
8nov2015Doug Sahm's Birthday TributeSouth Texas Popular Culture Center
Come help us celebrate the life of a South Texas music legend as The Juantanamos and other local artists pay tribute to Doug Sahm! We're also honored to be joined for
Come help us celebrate the life of a South Texas music legend as The Juantanamos and other local artists pay tribute to Doug Sahm!
We’re also honored to be joined for this performance by Grammy-award winner Louis Terrazas, who played bass with Doug in both The Sir Douglas Quintet and the Texas Tornados!
We hit the stage at 2pm and the music continues until 5pm. A $10 donation to Tex Pop is encouraged at the door.
Other artists performing include Dave Rodriguez & The Barrio Blasters, Eric Hisaw Band, and Will Owen Gage & Band.
Proceeds support the South Texas Popular Culture Center, a non-profit organization whose mission is to “Collect, Document, Exhibit, Preserve and Interpret South Texas Music and Music-Related Art and History.”
We’ll have Juantanamos t-shirts and frisbees for sale; plus, your chance to pick up our debut album “Ghost Tracks”.
You can help preserve our city’s rich musical history, and support its new growth, with some live rock from The Juantanamos and more. Looking forward to meeting you all there!
(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
South Texas Popular Culture Center
1017 E Mulberry Ave
29oct2015Dark Side of the Full Moon Halloween PachangaSam's Burger Joint
This Halloween, The Juantanamos are paying tribute to one of rock's most iconic albums – Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" with their Halloween Pachanga on Thursday, October
This Halloween, The Juantanamos are paying tribute to one of rock’s most iconic albums – Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” with their Halloween Pachanga on Thursday, October 29th at Sam’s Burger Joint. The show promises to be a unique visual and sonic experience you don’t want to miss.
But what would make the band want to tackle such an ambitious goal?
“I think a better question is, ‘why wouldn’t we want to play this album?” says guitarist Ryan Chadek. “We’re very lucky in this band to have such a talented group of players and vocalists, so we thought ‘What can we do that’s going to force us to really step it up, but also just be a hell of a lot of fun for us to play and for people to watch?'”
The band is also bringing in a few special guests to help them re-create the album as faithfully as possible.
So what made them choose this album specifically?
“I think ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ is a pretty monumental album in a lot of peoples’ lives. It’s almost a rite of passage. Lyrically, it addresses topics that anyone can relate to – youth, greed, aging, war, loneliness. Musically, it’s as solid as any album in rock history and has a broad appeal, no matter what age you are.”
Immediately following their performance of “Dark Side of the Moon”, the Halloween Pachanga kicks into high gear as the band launches into a raucous hour of music meant to get the crowd on their feet and moving; featuring more special guest appearances. The Juantanamos wide array of influences will be on display, from classic rock to Motown, as well as a selection of songs from their debut CD “Ghost Tracks”…so be sure to bring your dancing shoes!
(Thursday) 7:00 pm
31may2015Tex Pop Is Three PartySouth Texas Popular Culture Center
Come celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of the South Texas Popular Culture Center with live rock from The Juantanamos on Sunday, May 31st! We'll be playing from 3pm to 5pm
Come celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of the South Texas Popular Culture Center with live rock from The Juantanamos on Sunday, May 31st! We’ll be playing from 3pm to 5pm and doors open at 2pm. A $5 donation to Tex Pop is encouraged at the door.
You can help preserve our city’s rich musical history, and support its new growth, with some live rock from The Juantanamos. Looking forward to meeting you all there!
(Sunday) 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
19feb2015"Ghost Tracks" CD Release PartySam's Burger Joint
Come celebrate the release of our debut album "Ghost Tracks" and watch us rock the stage live; along with very special guests Fifty Dollar Dynasty! This is your chance to
Come celebrate the release of our debut album “Ghost Tracks” and watch us rock the stage live; along with very special guests Fifty Dollar Dynasty!
This is your chance to grab your own, authentic, Juantanamos t-shirts and pick up a copy of our new CD “Ghost Tracks”; while supplies last.
All ages are welcome. Let’s rock!
22mar20142nd Annual Maverick Music FestArneson River Theatre
Don't miss The Juantanamos' return to the stage at the 2nd Annual Maverick Music Fest on Saturday, March 22nd at La Villita along with Candlebox, The Psychedelic Furs, and
Don’t miss The Juantanamos’ return to the stage at the 2nd Annual Maverick Music Fest on Saturday, March 22nd at La Villita along with Candlebox, The Psychedelic Furs, and many, many more.
We’ll be rocking the Arneson Stage, playing a couple new tunes and plenty of fan favorites. Get your tickets now!
(Saturday) 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Arneson River Theatre
418 Villita St
2nov2013Dia de los Muertos FestArneson River Theatre
Be sure to catch The Juantanamos at our first-ever public performance at the Dia de los Muertos Fest on Saturday, November 2nd at 1:00pm at the Arneson River Theatre
Be sure to catch The Juantanamos at our first-ever public performance at the Dia de los Muertos Fest on Saturday, November 2nd at 1:00pm at the Arneson River Theatre in downtown San Antonio!
FREE Admission until 6pm, then some great headliners closing out the show, including La Santa Cecilia and Los Texmaniacs! For more informations, visit muertosfest.com
(Saturday) 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Like what you hear? Check out our sister-band, Mothership!
Featuring members of The Juantanamos