Los Lonely Boys Cottonfields and Crossroads

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After a childhood of playing cantinas and honky tonks from Texas to Tennessee, Los Lonely Boys have rocked their way to the top of the American music industry, determined to fulfill their father's long held dream. "Los Lonely Boys Cottonfields and Crossroads" tells the story of three Mexican American brothers from San Angelo, Texas, who are creating a unique sound that melds the core of the early San Angelo music scene of the 1950s and 60s with a signature style they call "Texican." Documentary filmmaker Hector Galan, himself a San Angelo native, fuses live performances, imagery of West Texas and personal stories in this film.

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