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Now that the band was accomplished, DEL CASTILLO started to commingle writing material of many styles and influences, however they continued to bear a solid latin element. The band released their debut CD "BROTHERS OF THE CASTLE" in 2001, which received rave reviews from critics and music fans. "Absolutely some of the best Spanish guitar that I have ever heard!" quoted, which summarises the volatile reactions. As the once "project band" coagulated into a household of musicians, the band worked for their follow-up release, "VIDA", which took the band to the next level. Austin, Texas' respected paper, The Austin Chronicle, said "if Vida is proof, their road to fame will be as short as an I-35 entrance ramp".

Since August of 2001, DEL CASTILLO's signature tune of non-cultural sounds has been combusting in clubs, radio stations, festivals, and stages all over Texas and demonstrate to be one of the only small things to come. And acknowledgment, if not laurels, came calling in the form of an invitation to perform on the soundtrack of director Robert Rodriguez"ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO" along with the honor of winning "Best Austin Band of the Year" at the 2002-2003 Austin Music Awards. The unmanageable buzz they have started to create has begun to disperse throughout America and the rest of the world via radio, word-of-mouth, and the internet. DEL CASTILLO hauls from an inexhaustible well of transonic landscapes, graciously fusing old world "gitano" and new world flamenco with rock & blues.

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Feb 22 Thu 7:30 PM Del Castillo Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center
Midland, TX
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DEL CASTILLO began as a latin danceroom music-style undertaking between two brothers, Rick and Mark del Castillo in the fall of 2000. Both had been playing guitar and recording on independent projects but had never worked together up until then. Their good friend, Alex "El Lobo" Ruiz began to write some marvellously soulful lyrics after an initial period of writing instrumentals, and collaborate with them to create some spirited, dynamic songs. Mike Zeoli, another longtime friend, contributed some astounding drum tracks and the project started to emit up steam. They got some fantastic optimistic responses from listeners, so what had started out as a "studio" project became a real band. The group required a coagulated bass player and turned to another close friend, Albert "El Beto Bert" Besteiro. Soon after, Rick "The Rev" Holeman was asked to bestow his beatified skillfulness on percussion which put the "icing on the cake" and concluded the band's sound.
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