Los Lonely Boys: Newly Minted Grammy Winners Reach Late Night TV Zeitgeist

Feb 15, 2005, 00:00 ET from Shore Fire Media

    NEW YORK, Feb. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- For Los Lonely Boys, life has become
 instantly less so.  Following their triumphant, breakthrough appearances on
 Sunday's Grammy Awards on CBS -- kicking off the telecast with a performance
 of their monster hit "Heaven," then winning the first award of the evening for
 Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal -- brothers Henry, JoJo and
 Ringo Garza virtually owned last night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live on ABC,
 performing two songs and sitting for a lengthy interview.  While on the couch
 with Kimmel, the Boys went out of their way to thank Or Music co-founders
 Larry Miller and Michael Caplan for releasing their album.
     Meanwhile, over on CBS's Late Show with David Letterman, the Boys were
 featured on the shows famed Top 10 List, coming in at #4.
     Next up, Or Music/Epic Records will release "Live At the Fillmore,"
 Los Lonely Boys' first-ever live album.  Recorded at a sold-out show in
 October '04, the album features all the their hits, plus a new original song
 "Man To Beat," and the Boys' unique take on WAR's "Cisco Kid" and Richie
 Valens' "La Bamba."

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