The Last Bandoleros perform 'Hey Baby Que Paso'

The group, known for blending Tex-Mex and rock 'n' roll musical styles, also chats about its new album, "Live from Texas."
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quarantine has been and how it compares performing online versus performing on stage. It looks like they can't hear us. Maybe they can. Can you guys hear us? They're dancing. They have their masks ready. We're going to go ahead and go straight to the performance. Here are the last bandoleros performing "Hey, baby, que paso." hey, baby, que paso thought I was your only vato hey, baby, que paso please don't leave me Hey, baby, que paso I thought I was your only vato hey, baby, que paso won't you give me one more lesson come on, baby, turn around, let me see your -- Don't you know that I love you please don't leave me come on baby turn around now let me see those pretty blue eyes don't you know that I love you please don't leave me -- Hey, baby, que paso thought I was your only vato hey, baby, que paso please don't leave me -- Hey, baby, que paso I thought I was your only vato hey, baby, que paso Whoo! All right. What a performance, that was amazing, guys. Put a big smile on all of our faces and now we have you back so I wanted to ask you how has quarantine been like for you all, what's it like performing online versus on stage? I know you got to miss it. Oh, my god. To miss it is -- doesn't quite encapsulate it. We miss it incredibly. Which is one of the reasons why we have to be creative and do things. We started a Facebook live show where we do this kind of thing and do performances called around the neon cactus as you see just to get out and play even if it's for a digital crowd, you know. It's something and you're creating and certainly like I said putting a big smile on our faces. Your new album "Live from Texas" is valuable now. Congratulations. Excited. We were so excited to hear you perform. You actually filmed your performance we just saw in the same spot that you are recorded your album. Tell us what that was all like. That's right. We filmed at this classic Texas dance hall called florist country store. It's the kind of place you expect to see Willie Nelson and dolly parton two-stepping at and it's an amazing venue and we -- We played to an empty room, though. Actually we will be playing to an empty room live this Saturday on Facebook live. It's a show, our first in over four months and it's called "From Texas to your house." I love that. What are you are channeling when you are performing to an empty room even though you know so many are watching at home, what do you do? How do you keep the energy up? Probably just tequila. Yeah, or margaritas. You got to manifest it somehow. I love that answer. Let's end on that note. That was amazing. The last bandoleros, thank you again for the wonderful performance and congratulations on the new album. Cheer. Thanks so much. Cheers. I hope that's not How do you build the best internet and TV for everyone?

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