The Krayolas and Big Star featured on the same interview program "Texas Music Matters" on NPR affiliate KUTX. That's a pretty cool deal.
"When we came up it was the Cosmic Cowboy era and we sort of wanted to be like the Who and the Beatles and the Kinks all rolled into one. From the beginning we were always a rock and roll band.”
Go to actionmagsa.com to read the July 2012 issue, which features the Krayolas as the cover story.
"Their forte, and what sets them apart from others, is Hector Saldana's songwriting skills. Like Los Tigres Del Norte, their songs are a reflection of the times . . . it is tunes with a message, like '1070 (I'm Your Dirty Mexican)' and 'The Working People' that turn Hector into our own Bob Dylan."