NASHVILLE, TN (February 2, 2016) – THE MAVERICKS, who continue to prove “This is why human beings make music” (The Los Angeles Times), will perform during the GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony® at Microsoft Theater on Monday, February 15 from 12:30–3:30PM PT. Fans can watch the two-time nominees – up for Best Americana Album (Mono) and Best American Roots Song for “All Night Long” – at GRAMMY.com/live and CBS.com via the international live stream.
The musical comrades – RAUL MALO (lead vocals), PAUL DEAKIN (drums), EDDIE PEREZ (guitars) and JERRY DALE MCFADDEN (keyboards) – celebrated their nods last night (2/1) during a GRAMMY nominee party at Loews Vanderbilt in Nashville. In signature style, The Mavericks shined with their eclectic energy and bold style that has found the masses gravitating toward to their palpable groove.
The reigning Americana Music Awards Duo/Group of the Year earned top spots on several 2015 Best of Lists from esteemed music critics: The Los Angeles Times | Top 10 Albums of 2015, NPR | Best Albums of 2015, Rolling Stone | 40 Best Country Albums of 2015, Nash Country Weekly | Top 10 Country Albums of 2015, to name a few.
Consistently blending their unique sound across critically-acclaimed albums – MONO (2015) and IN TIME (2013) – and venues from around the world, The Mavericks bring people together with the most universal language of all … music.
For upcoming tour dates and more, visit TheMavericksBand.com.