The Mavericks – 2014 Concert Schedule
Grammy Award-winning group the Mavericks are back on tour, and you
don't want to miss out when they head to a venue in your area. Led by Raul Malo's sultry voice, the band blends together a
variety of different musical influences in their genre-bending style of country, and they are back and better than ever after
going on hiatus. From "All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down" to "Here Comes The Rain," fans can expect to hear all of the Mavericks'
most unforgettable tunes during their concert. The Mavericks will be visiting venues and locations like Norway's Lofoten Country
Festival, Sydney's Enmore Theatre, Brisbane Convention Centre, the Turning Stone Resort and Casino in Verona, and Tarrytown
Music Hall, and more. To get your tickets to see the Mavericks during their 2014 concert tour, be sure to visit StubHub first,
and get ready to enjoy the show!
About The Mavericks
The Mavericks are a Miami-based country group that
was formed in 1989. In 1992, the band released their major label debut album, "From Hell to Paradise," which included songs
like "Excuse Me (I Think I've Got a Heartache)," "Mr. Jones," and "Hey Good Lookin'." Following their debut, the Mavericks
followed up in 1994 with "What a Crying Shame," which proved to be just what the group needed to advance to the mainstream.
The album eventually went double platinum, led by popular singles like "What a Crying Shame," "O What a Thrill," "I Should
Have Been True," "There Goes My Heart," and "All That Heaven Will Allow." The album itself reached the number 1 spot on the
Top Heatseekers chart, number 6 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, number 4 on the Canadian RPM Country Albums chart,
and number 54 on the Billboard 200.
Following the success of "What a Crying Shame," the Mavericks returned to the studio
to begin recording their next album, "Music for All Occasions," which was released in 1995. The album included songs like
"Here Comes the Rain," "Missing You," "All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down," and "Somethin' Stupid," and it reached the number
9 position on the Top Country Albums chart. The song "Here Comes the Rain" ended up earning the band a Grammy Award for Best
Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
Following on their trail of success, the Mavericks released their
fifth studio album, "Trampoline," in 1998. The album hit the number 9 position on the Top Country Albums chart and number
3 on the Canadian RPM Country Albums chart. Led by popular singles like "To Be With You," "I've Got This Feeling," and "Dance
the Night Away," the album was another success for the Mavericks.
The Mavericks' BreakthroughAlbum
the release of their 1994 album, "What a Crying Shame," the Mavericks got their breakout hit and were thrust into the mainstream.
The album spawned a number of popular songs, including "O What a Thrill," "There Goes My Heart," "I Should Have Been True,"
and more. With a number 6 position on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and a number 1 spot on the Top Heatseekers chart,
the Mavericks were well on their way to becoming one of the hottest country acts at the time. The popularity of "What a Crying
Shame" set the stage for their future path to success, and the band went on to release several more well-received records.
The Mavericks' record, "Music for All Occasions" scored the band their first Grammy Award for the single, "Here Comes the
Rain," which solidified their place in country music. The band's most recent album, "In Time," was released in 2013, and has
been met with nearly universal praise and acclaim.
The Mavericks Trivia
The Mavericks' lead singer Raul
Malo is also part of what supergroup?
In addition to being the front man for the Mavericks, Raul Malo is also in the
Latin supergroup, Los Super Seven. The band won a Grammy Award in the category of Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album.
With their eclectic mix of musical influences, the Mavericks aren't your average country band.
Blending Tejano sounds with that of neo-traditional country, the Mavericks are one of the most interesting bands in their
genre. After an eight year hiatus, the band is back and better than ever, and much to the delight of fans, the Mavericks are
hitting the road again for another concert tour. With songs like "There Goes My Heart," "What a Crying Shame," and "Here Comes
the Rain," you and the rest of the audience will be able to sing along and dance to all of the Mavericks' best songs from
throughout the years. If you never got a chance to see the Mavericks the first time around, there's no better time than now
because the band is back, and it looks as if they're here to stay. For a stellar concert experience, be sure to check out
the Mavericks when they head to a venue near you!