Raul Malo - "Lucky One" (MP3)

by Sarah Zupko

12 February 2009

 

Country crooner and former Mavericks frontman Raul Malo returns with his first record of new original material in seven years. Possessing one of the finest set of pipes in popular music, Malo most closely evokes Roy Orbison. Lucky One releases March 3rd on Fantasy Records and here’s the title track to whet your appetite. Catch him live this spring as well (tour dates below). Stay tuned for a PopMatters 20 Questions with Malo soon.

Raul Malo
“Lucky One” [MP3]
     

TOUR DATES
2/20     Belfast Songwriters Festival             Nashville, TN
3/06     Alladin Theatre                         Portland, OR
3/07     Snoqualmie Casino                     Snoqualmie, WA
3/08     Tractor Tavern                         Seattle, WA
3/10     Great American Music Hall             San Francisco, CA
3/11     House of Blues                                 Anaheim, CA
3/12     House of Blues West                   Hollywood, CA
3/13     Clark Center Theatre                   Arroyo Grande, CA
3/14     John Ascuaga’s Nugget Hotel &Casino Sparks, NV
3/16     Belly Up Tavern                         Solana Beach, CA
4/03     The Landmark on Main Street           Port Washington, NY
4/04     Ridgefield Playhouse                   Ridgefield, CT
4/05     Keswick Theatre                       Glenside, PA
4/09     Byham Theater                                 Pittsburgh, PA

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