The True King Band (45th Anniversary)

The True King Band (45th Anniversary)

Mad Mexicans, Paco Estrada

Sat, July 22, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 12:00 am)

$10.00

This event is all ages

Johnny Moa & The True King Band
Johnny Moa & The True King Band
On New Year’s Day, January 1, 1972 at the HiHo Ballroom, Johnny Moa formed “The True King Band de Johnny Moa”. Johnny Moa continues to be the sole owner and manager of the True King Band for over forty-five years in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

The True King Band has shared stages with vocalist and composer Little Joe y La Familia, the Latin Breed, Sunny Ozuna and the Sunliners, Alfonso Ramos y Su Orquesta, Carlos Landin and the Rondels, The Royal Jesters, La Conexción Mexicana, Freddie Martinez y Su Orquesta, Rocky Gil and the Bishops and Conjunto Bernal with performances at legendary venues such as the Bridgeport Ballroom, Tex Mex Club, HiHo Ballroom, The Camelot, Casino, Guys and Dolls Ballroom and Fiesta Ballroom. Tours in the states of Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma and Illinois quickly created a strong fan base.

In the 1980’s, The True King Band established themselves as a top rated North Texas Tejano musical group performing with famed artist Laura Canales, Roberto Pulido y Los Clasicos, Patsy Torres, Pio Treviño y Grupo Magic, Arturo Montes y Tenura, Los Chachos, Los Aguilares, Group Josefa de Houston and Grupo Mayo.

By the 1990’s, The True King Band had become a North Texas legend continuing to be part of the explosive Tejano scene with stellar sold out shows with Tejano’s most successful groups: La Mafia, Grupo Mazz, Emilio Navaira y Rio,
David Lee Garza y Los Musicales, Jay Perez, Ram Herrera, Gary Hobbs, La Sombra, La Tropa F, Los Fabulosos Cuarto, Grupo Fama, Los Desperados, Los Tigres de Norte, Michael Salgado and Ramón Ayala y Los Bravos de Norte.

On November 17, 2007 The True King Band were inducted into the Tejano Roots Hall of Fame in Alice, TX. True King Band released its fifth full-length album, celebrating their Thirty-Fifth Anniversary.

In the year 2017, The True King Band will celebrate their 45th Anniversary with a special performance at Trees featuring local artist Mad Mexicans.
Mad Mexicans
Mad Mexicans
The Mad Mexicans are a Dallas based super Latino band comprised of styles such as hip-hop/rock/latin jazz mixed with the vocals in languages of English and Spanish. The Mad Mexicans are comprised of El Mero RockStar (Nelo Moa) on Bass, Robert Garza on vocals, Rafa Badillo on vocals, Geronimo (Johnny Lozano) on guitar and Rogelio Martinez (El Viejo) on Drums. The Mad Mexicans have been assembled from a various bands in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area such as PornLAB, Blitzt, MFI & Silver Pill.

Mad Mexicans was formed in summer of 2002. Since then, the band has played with several national and local acts around the DFW Metroplex. Mad Mexicans released their E.P. titled Taking Texas Back on Taca Taca Records in October 2002. Their single, “Pinche Way” has been on rotation with radio station, 97.1 The Eagle, and has gotten great responses from the radio listens. Mad Mexicans was also nominated for “Best Rap Artist of Year” and “Best Rap Album of Year” in the The Eagle 97.1 (KEGL) Local Show Awards 2002.

Mad Mexicans will embark on a South Regional tour in the near future. Mad Mexicans is an event waiting for you to experience…COME GET MEXICANIZED!

Ay Te Watcho Rockeros,

– Mad Mexicans
Paco Estrada
Paco Estrada
Honing his voice and songwriting as a teenager, Dallas native Paco Estrada, paved an early way to national major label success with rock band SouthFM (MCA/Geffen/Brando) in 2003. Currently five albums into his solo career, his indie music life now promotes a no management/no label policy. Covered by regional and world touring artists, his songwriting and voice continue to be infectious enough to connect with new listeners daily. Having co-written and collaborated with artists such as Blue October, Nothing More, Three Days Grace, Run Dmc, and Cure for Paranoia, Estrada's sound varies from album to album, but his passionate, honest, soulful voice, identifiable lyrical story telling, and melodic hooks always remain consistent.

"Paco Estrada's gift? ...Grace and Eloquence. With an array of influences, from Chris Cornell to Van Morrison, he is the kind of songwriter that not only leaves you unable to peg a descriptive summation of him, but upon listening, relinquishes the desire to do so. SouthFM's "Blue & Grey" is one of the heaviest rock songs I've ever heard. A song so quiet that the silence was deafening, heaved from vulnerable places most of us are afraid to expose." -Alan Ayo(97.1 the Eagle)
Venue Information:
Trees
2709 Elm Street
Dallas, TX, 75226
http://treesdallas.com/