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               LOS ARENALES
      Los Arenales are a new West Texas based group with a blend of Tejano, Conjunto, Country, Rock and Blues.  Originally a family born group from back in the day, started by the late Mr. Pedro Briseno. Los Arenales are now returning with the younger generation carrying the torch. Sons Daniel and Matt Briseno aim to make their father proud and ensure his musical legend continues. They play along side their good friends (considered family to the Brisenos) Chris Solis and Ramiro Maldonado Jr.   All the guys have more than 20+ years in the music industry and are destined for greatness in their musical career.
   The group began rehearsing and writing only a few years ago in the city of Stanton Texas, and with little time began making plans to grow.  With its four main band members a new Conjunto was formed. The group features Daniel Briseno on Accordion/Lead Vocals, Matt Briseno on Bajo/Guitar/Vocals, Chris Solis on Drums and Ramiro Maldonado Jr on bass.
    On December 31st, 2017 released of their freshman EP album entitled Ya Llegaron.  The CD is available on all major online stores.  A CD showcasing several original ballads, cumbias, and even a few covers of a few oldies but goodies.   Los Arenales are currently gigging and are almost finished recording their sophomore album.  Their next album will include original tracks, covers and even a few guest musician appearance.
    Since their humble beginning, Los Arenales have rapidly gained notoriety in the genre. They have had the privilege to perform with many well know artists including Albert Zammora, Michael Salgado, and Gary Hobbs and also at many well know events. Most recently the TTMA Fan Fair and Conjunto Festivals.  They continue to perform locally and also book private events.  
       For booking info contact Daniel Briseno at 432-235-2464 or Chris Solis 325-456-1859.  
     We appreciate your support for Los Arenales and look forward to releasing some good music for you to enjoy. 




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