The Mavericks Mark 25 Years With New Tour
The Mavericks know how to throw a party. The award-winning group will celebrate 25 years together as a band with their new tour, dubbed the Twenty-Five Live Tour, which will perform shows all over the United States and Canada.
The band, which began in 1989 in Florida, recorded and toured together for years before splitting up in 2004 to pursue other interests. Lead singer Raul Malo released six solo albums, while Robert Reynolds released two EPs.
They reunited in 2013 to release 'In Time' on Big Machine Records, and insist they belong together as a group.
"It was such a great feeling just to see everybody in the room for the first time," band member Eddie Perez recalls to The Boot. " We hadn’t rehearsed, we didn’t know the songs, and I drove in from Jacksonville and an hour out Robert calls and says, 'How far are you, we’re ready to start, as soon as you get here we’re gonna throw on some headphones and start recording.' That was 'Back In Your Arms Again,' the first song we recorded! I hadn’t been in the studio ten minutes, and we’re already recording the first song. Now it’s the single on the new album!"
'In Time' is available for purchase here.
The Mavericks Twenty-Five Live Tour Dates:
2/27 - Charleston Music Hall - Charleston, S.C.
2/28 - Carolina Theatre - Durham, N.C.
3/1 - Jefferson Theater - Charlottesville, Va.
3/2 - The Birchmere - Alexandria, Va.
3/7 - Northern Lights Theater - Milwaukee, Wis.
3/8 - Royal Oak Music Theatre - Royal Oak, Mich.
3/9 - Pantages Theatre - Minneapolis, Minn.
3/13 - O’Brian's Event Centre - Saskatoon, Canada
3/14 - Casino Regina - Regina, Canada
3/15 - Living Sky Casino - Swift Current, Canada
3/16 - Burton Cummings Theatre - Winnipeg, Canada
3/18 - West Manitoba Centennial Theatre - Brandon Manitoba, Canada
3/19 - Festival Place - Sherwood Park, Canada
3/20 - Festival Place - Sherwood Park, Canada
3/21 - Athabasca Regional Multiplex - Athabasca, Canada
3/22 - Flames Central - Calgary, Canada
3/29 - Silver Legacy Resort & Casino - Reno, Nev.
3/30 - Great American Music Hall - San Francisco, Calif.
4/1 - Belly Up Tavern - Solana Beach, Calif.
4/3 - The Fonda Theatre - Los Angeles, Calif.
4/5 - Talking Stick Resort Showroom - Scottsdale, Ariz.
4/10 - House Of Blues - Houston, Texas
4/11 - ACL Live at The Moody Theater - Austin, Texas
4/12 - Main Street Arts Festival - Ft. Worth, Texas
4/13 - Floores Country Store - Helotes, Texas
4/18 - Knuckleheads Saloon - Kansas City, Mo.
4/25 - Center Stage - Atlanta, Ga.
4/26 - JazzFest - New Orleans, La.
5/1 - Parker Playhouse - Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
5/2 - Capitol Theatre - Clearwater, Fla.
5/3 - Suwannee River Jam - Live Oak, Fla.
5/8 - Calvin Theatre - Northampton, Mass.
5/9 - State Theatre - Portland, Maine
5/10 - Capitol Center For The Arts - Concord, N.H.
5/11 - The Wilbur Theatre - Boston, Mass.
5/15 - SOPAC - South Orange, N.J.
5/16 - Keswick Theatre - Glenside, Pa.
5/17 - Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead - Munhall, Pa.
6/7 - Little River Casino Resort - Manistee, Mich.
6/19 - Count Basie Theatre - Red Bank, N.J.
6/20 - The Space at Westbury - Westbury, N.Y.
6/22 - Mayo Performing Arts Center - Morristown, N.J.