The Mavericks to bring reunion tour to Connecticut

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The Mavericks have revealed plans to stop in New England next month as part of their reunion tour. The country veterans, who reunited earlier this year after a 8-year hiatus, will swing through Connecticut and deliver a free performance at Mohegan Sun Casino’s Wolf Den on Saturday, August 4.

Led by frontman/guitarist Raul Malo alongside original members Robert Reynolds (bass) and Paul Deakin (drums) with with guitarist Eddie Perez, The Mavericks delivered their first show since 2003 at California’s Stagecoach festival in April. The band is touring in support of their brand new EP, Suited Up and Ready. The video for lead single “Born To Be Blue” is streaming below. The five-track release is being promoted as a teaser for fans, who can expect a full-length release from The Mavericks in the Fall.

“Our amazing fans have been asking for new music for almost a decade and we couldn’t be more proud to deliver,” said Malo in a press release. “We poured our hearts and soul into the new music and we think it’s our best work yet.”

One of the most award-winning country groups of the 1990’s, The Mavericks are known for hits “All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down”, “O What a Thrill” and “What a Crying Shame”.

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