Genre-defying, GRAMMY-winning band, THE MAVERICKS, will lend their signature sound and intoxicating polyrhythmic beats to the PBS audience to help raise funds during the network’s December pledge drive programming. This Saturday (11/30), throughout December, stations nationwide will air The Mavericks: In Time. The special television event will feature hits like "All You Ever do is Bring Me Down" and "Here Comes the Rain” in addition to infectious new tunes such as "Come Unto Me" and “Back In Your Arms Again” from their latest album, IN TIME (The Valory Music Co.).
Cuban-American lead singer Raul Malo’s pristine vocals mixed with the garage band ferocity of talented musicians Robert Reynolds, Eddie Perez, Paul Deakin and Jerry Dale McFadden will mesmerize audiences throughout the special. High Five Entertainment’s Emmy award-winning team produced The Mavericks: In Time, a 90-minute DVD, which will be exclusively available to those who pledge support their local PBS stations.
The Mavericks: In Time will air nationwide in several major markets, including Los Angeles, Houston, San Francisco, Seattle and Nashville. Check your local PBS listings here for additional markets, airdates and times.
Nearly 20 years after their first major label release, a plethora of industry awards and an indefinite divergence, The Mavericks have returned with the same “magic” they were known for, garnering critical acclaim for both their new music and exhilarating live shows throughout the U.S. and the U.K. They have also appeared NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and CBS This Morning.