Evelyn Rubio’s Hombres has been charting on Billboard! #1 Latin Pop Album #3 Top Latin Album #6 Blues Album
Evelyn was chosen as Mississippi Blues Club Magazine’s Featured Artist of the Year and appeared on the cover of their Best of 2015 edition.
‘Boogaloo’ Bolden’s New Blues Album Crosses Borders Voices of America – February 18, 2014 – by Greg Flakus HOUSTON — For more than 30 years, trumpet player James “Boogaloo” Bolden has been working with famed blues singer and guitarist BB King. But when Bolden is not on the road with the[…]
Jazz Plus: Ron Wynn picks some of his favorite blues and world music CDs just in time for Christmas ArtsNash – December 16, 2013 – by Ron Wynn New Orleans piano marvel James Booker combined artistry, soul and technique in a flamboyant, remarkable fashion that established his rank in the upper echelon[…]
‘Boogaloo’ Bolden trumpets Houston blues Houston Chronicle – December 12, 2013 – by Andrew Dansby Trumpeter James Bolden is a big man who likes to dance. His restless feet earned him the nickname “Boogaloo” from his boss, B.B. King, who has employed him for more than 30 years, including two[…]
Texas Albums Houston Press – January 2, 2008 – by Chris Gray Evelyn Rubio y Calvin Owens Orchestra Azul, La Mujer Que Canta el Blues: Calvin Owens keeps Houston’s blues flame burning by recruiting saxophone-blowing Mexico City native Evelyn Rubio for this swinging bilingual banquet that effortlessly relocates ZZ Top’s “Francine” and Barbara Lynn’s “You’ll Lose[…]
Calvin Owens Orchestra, Barbara Lynn, Evelyn Rubio, Pete Mayes, Rue Davis, Tweed Smith Houston Press – August 2, 2007 Even a full generation, maybe more, removed from Houston’s heyday as a top-tier blues town, loads of people still consider it the place to be, and they might be right. One[…]
Evelyn Rubio y Calvin Owens Orchestra Azul Houston Press – July 12, 2007 – by Chris Gray The blues is a language all its own, as easily translated as the titles on Evelyn Rubio’s La Mujer Que Canta Blues: “Fiesta de Blues,” “El Gato,” “Las Manos de Mi Hombre,” and, um, “Swing Boogie.” (Hard[…]
A great article about Evelyn in Diario Reforma.