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Alejandro Escovedo

Alejandro Escovedo

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Alejandro Escovedo: Down to Earth

Profile and Interview by John Morthland, L.A. Weekly, 2 July 1992

Alejandro Escovedo puts his arm around a memory ...

Alejandro Escovedo: Gravity (Watermelon)

Review by Jason Cohen, Creem, November 1992

A MEMBER of the same clan that produced percussionists Coke, Pete, and Sheila, the fortysomething Escovedo played in S.F. prototype punkers the Nuns, cowpunk originators ...

Alejandro Escovedo Under the Influence

Report and Interview by Geoffrey Himes, Baltimore City Paper, 25 April 2001

ON MARCH 22, 1998, Alejandro Escovedo introduced a new song at La Zona Rosa in his hometown of Austin, Texas. He was dressed cowboy-formal in ...

Alejandro Escovedo: The Borderline, London

Live Review by Gavin Martin, Uncut, February 2003

MIDWAY INTO HIS SECOND-EVER London performance — the hottest ticket in town after his rapturously received Barbican debut five days earlier — Escovedo dedicated a ...

Alejandro Escovedo

Profile and Interview by Gavin Martin, Uncut, October 2008

The cowpunk who survived Sid Vicious and Hepatitis C to duet with Springsteen, and become a legend of Americana. ...

Alejandro Escovedo: City Winery, NYC

Live Review by Jeff Slate,, 1 July 2010

FORGET ALL OF the little ones roaming the streets these days looking for open fire hydrants and such.  School was in session last night and ...

Alejandro Escovedo: Big Station

Review by Holly Gleason, Paste, 6 June 2012

WITH A BRAZEN SWAGGER drawn from Alejandro Escovedo's punk roots, the 61-year-old songwriter/yowler declares, "I can take a punch, I can take a swing…" on ...

see also Nuns, The

see also Rank and File


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