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New Yorker: The singer-songwriter and son of Texas takes a sentimental journey backward through time, from Dallas down to old Mexico

Nick Paumgarten/The New Yorker/September 2018  – Alejandro Escovedo, the singer and songwriter, likes to have a proper Mexican breakfast before a long drive. “Let’s go here,” he said. He pulled into the back lot of a restaurant called El Pueblo, across from the Tornado bus terminal on East Jefferson Boulevard, in the Oak Cliff section of Dallas. El Pueblo, he said, is where travellers arriving by bus from Mexico often go to… Read More

SALON The Crossing: Alejandro Escovedo has crafted a rock n roll immigration epic poem

David Masciotra /Salon/September 2018 -“The Crossing” achieves symbiosis with its lyrical story of immigration and its open borders musical policy. The ominous sound of doom emanates out of a heartbeat, distorted guitar, and film noir saxophone. An urgent and deep voice warns, These men who hunt us Know nothing of our lives So please step lightly There’s menace in the heavens Dark and threatening There’s a shadow in the air They’re closing… Read More

September 22: CBS Morning Saturday Sessions

  Save the date! Tune in Saturday,  September 22 when the Alejandro Escovedo Band with Don Antonio is the featured musical performer with host Anthony Mason, talking about and playing the critically acclaimed new album The Crossing. CBS THIS MORNING SATURDAY SESSIONS    Read More
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