Los Lonely Boys Cancels Show Due to Death of Members’ Mother

Due to the sudden death of their mother, the Los Lonely Boys have canceled their concert dates through June 23, including the June 18 concert at the Door Community Auditorium, the DCA announced June 17.

“We are very sorry to announce that The Los Lonely Boys’ mother unexpectedly passed away earlier today. As a result, the brothers will need to cancel the dates through June 23rd, including tomorrow’s scheduled performance at Door Community Auditorium. We appreciate your understanding at this very sad time for LLB. Thank you for your continued support and love for the band, please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.

“Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, who were scheduled to open the show, will still perform at DCA with their signature Southwestern Rock, and will give the DCA audience a full-length program.

“We will be calling patrons to let you know of the news and we hope that everyone will still come out for what will be a fantastic show!

“Tickets for Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers show are $12/$18/$23 and the show will begin at 8 p.m. as scheduled.

“Thank you for your understanding.”

Before forming Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, Roger Clyne was a member of the Arizona band The Refreshments. It was as a Refreshment that Clyne penned the tune “Yahoos and Triangles,” the theme song to Mike Judge’s animated series “King of the Hill.” Perhaps this will be a chance to hear that great song live and in person at the Door Community Auditorium.

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