The abiding sense of family unity and creative rapport that has produced two decades of great music has been built into Los Lonely Boys from the beginning. Indeed, Henry, Jojo, and Ringo Garza have been making music together for their entire lives. Their father, Ringo Garza Sr., was a member of another sibling band, the Falcones, which played throughout southern Texas in the ’70s and ’80s. The family relocated to Nashville in the ’90s, and soon Henry, Jojo, and Ringo Jr. began writing and performing their own material as a trio. They recorded their eponymous debut album in 2003 at Willie Nelson’s Pedernales studio in Austin, and Epic Records picked up Los Lonely Boys for major-label distribution in early 2004. The album quickly won the band a large national audience.