The album has gone live! Check it out on Bandcamp!
Bill Kopp of Musoscribe reviews it here.
Unearthed from the vaults - a song recorded 25 years ago, now released to give everyone hope (and something to listen to) during the enforced stay-at-home routine we're all enduring. Keep the faith!
Our tribute to our late father is now available on Spotify.
The Krayolas and Big Star featured on the same interview program "Texas Music Matters" on NPR affiliate KUTX. That's a pretty cool deal.
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"The Krayolas’ resurgence evolved from feel-good story into full-scale phenomenon, as the band reached No. 1 on Amazon’s Top Latin Digital Albums chart, No. 2 on its Top International Digital Albums chart and fluctuated between No. 14 and No. 20 on Amazon’s all-genre Top 100 Digital Albums chart."
"The Krayolas are gaining worldwide attention."
"Who writes classic, memorable pop-rock melodies anymore? The kind the Beatles or Big Star excelled at. The kind that get locked in your head and play on a very pleasurable loop. The Krayolas of San Antonio, Texas do. They're my fave American rock 'n' roll band of the 21st Century. Leader Hector Saldana has no doubt learned from Lennon/McCartney, Pete Townshend, Ray Davies and the rest -- in addition to fellow homeboy Sir Doug Sahm -- but he's an original. You hear a track and you go 'Hey, that's Hector.' Today San A
"Texas garage rock legends The Krayolas -- genuine, Mexified, San Antonio rock 'n' roll stars -- return to South By Southwest Music + Media Conference with a new EP that captures all the fun and no-borders range that made them famous."