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Texas Tunes: Del Castillo at Lewisville Grand Theater

Del Castillo takes the Huffines Performance Hall stage at the Lewisville Grand Theater on the evening of Saturday, March 9.

Del Castillo is a cross-cultural power uniting music lovers of all ages, creeds, and colors. Their original music blends rock, Latin, blues, and world music into a cinematic celebration of sound that lifts your soul.

Theater doors open: 7:30 p.m.
Concert begins at 8 p.m.

Reserved Seating:
Tier 1: $35
Tier 2: $25

Lewisville residents may purchase select $20 tickets, subject to availability, in person with proof of residency at The Grand during regular business hours.

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About the Artist:

It started with two brothers, Mark and Rick del Castillo collaborating on a recording project that was initially intended as a gift to their parents and family members for the holiday season. As accomplished electric guitarists in different bands and not having played together, they decided to join forces on acoustic nylon string guitars, creating a rich, romantic, more traditional sound in honor of the Spanish music they grew up listening to at home.  The brothers invited their long-time, home-town musical friends to also play on the songs and the music soon came to life. Once the album was finalized, it was titled after their namesake, “Brothers Of The Castle” and they performed their first public concert for family and friends to celebrate the release.

They planned to perform “one night only.” However, the very positive turnout was unlike any of their other bands. From their inception, Del Castillo became something uniquely special and soon the word spread about the new band. The more the band played, the more their audience grew.  They continued writing and recording music, building their repertoire, making more fans, and quickly becoming one of Austin’s most recognized bands. One of the instrumental songs from the first album, “Spanish Castle Tango” was later hand-picked by Robert Rodriguez and fueled the inspiration for, “Mexico and Mariachis.”  Another track from their first album, “Dias de Los Angeles” was placed in the film and soundtrack for “Once Upon A Time In Mexico” starring Johnny Depp, Antonio Banderas, and Salma Hayek. The band has received more than 17 Austin Music Awards, among other accolades.

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