THE MAVERICKS RECEIVE STANDING OVATION AT GRAMMY MUSEUM PERFORMANCE IN LOS ANGELES (photos)
Nashville, TN (September 10, 2012) -- GRAMMY-winning vocal group The Mavericks performed a special, intimate show on Wednesday, September 5 at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles, preceded by a 30 minutes interactive Q&A moderated by GRAMMY Foundation/MusicCares VP, Foundations Scott Goldman. Lead singer Raul Malo, guitarist Eddie Perez and accordion player Michael Guerra were all present at the event where they performed nine songs and received two standing ovations.
The Mavericks, who signed with The Valory Music Co. earlier this year, won a GRAMMY in 1995 in the category of Best Country Performance by a Vocal Group. The group released a five song EP entitled SUITED UP AND READY in June. Their full-length album is slated for release in January 2013.
The Mavericks' trio earn a standing ovation during their performance.
Pictured (L-R): Michael Guerra, Raul Malo & Rddie Perez
The Mavericks' pose in front of the icon GRAMMY symbol while at the museum.
Pictured (L-R): The Mavericks' Michael Guerra; Eddie Perez; BMGL President/CEO Scott Borchetta; The Mavericks' Raul Malo & GRAMMY Foundation/MusicCares VP, Foundations Scott Goldman
The Mavericks' conduct a Q&A interview with GRAMMY Foundation/MusicCares VP, Foundations Scott Goldman.
Pictured (L-R): Michael Guerra, Eddie Perez, Raul Malo & Scott Goldman
The Mavericks' pause for a photo during their tour of the GRAMMY Museum
Pictured (L-R): Eddie Perez; Michael Guerra; Scott Borchetta; BMGL VP of A&R Allison Jones; Raul Malo & Scott Goldman
All photos courtesy of The Valory Music Co.