The Tex-Mex rock group Los Lonely Boys hail from San Angelo, TX, and consist of three brothers, guitarist Henry Garza, bassist JoJo Garza, and drummer Ringo Garza Jr. Their father, Ringo Garza Sr., also was a member of a band made up of his brothers, the Falcones, who played conjunto music around Texas in the '70s and '80s. After that group broke up, Garza went solo, backed by his three sons even before they reached their teens. The family relocated to Nashville in the 1990s, and gradually the sons emerged as a group separate from their father. They moved back to Texas and, in 2003, their debut album, Los Lonely Boys, was recorded at Willie Nelson's Pedernales recording studio in Austin with Nelson sitting in; the album was issued by Or Music, and earned national attention. Epic Records picked the album up for major-label distribution in March 2004, resulting in a Grammy award for Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal the following year.