Raul Malo

POLL: Who Should Win Best American Roots Song at the 2016 Grammy?
POLL: Who Should Win Best American Roots Song at the 2016 Grammy?
Best American Roots Song is a fairly new category at the Grammy Awards, approved by the Grammys' Board of Trustees in 2013. The first-ever winners in this category, which is awarded to songwriters, were Edie Brickell and Steve Martin in 2014, and Rosanne Cash took home the prize in 2015. And in a few weeks, music fans will find out who wins the trophy in 2016.
The Mavericks’ ‘Born to Be Blue’ Is Career Rebirth
The Mavericks’ ‘Born to Be Blue’ Is Career Rebirth
It's been seven years since there has been new music from cool retro-country outfit the Mavericks, but group member Robert Reynolds says their time on hiatus just made them better. "We went away by whatever means we went away and when we came back, we came back with whatever seasoning a human gets in their journey," Robert tells The Boot, adding it's just like riding a bike...
Raul Malo Introduces Fans to World of ‘Sinners and Saints’
Raul Malo Introduces Fans to World of ‘Sinners and Saints’
Raul Malo knows that not everyone will agree with some of the the sentiments on the songs he wrote for his just-released album 'Sinners and Saints' -- but that's OK. This album is the first that Raul, best known to country fans for his one-time group, the Mavericks -- has ever made completely on his own -- from writing the songs to recording, engineering and producing...