POP star Paul Young will bring his Tex-Mex band Los Paciminos to Malvern Cube this weekend.
Los Pacimons are all season musicians in their own right and will be performing at the Albert Road North community centre tomorrow (Saturday) at 8pm.
The spirit of Tex-Mex lies somewhere between the Mariachi and Norteno styles of Mexico and the Country/Blues sounds of South-West America.
It’s played by such luminaries as Ry Cooder, Flaco Jimenez, The Texas Tornados and Los Lobos.
Paul said: “Los Pacaminos started out just for fun, playing simply for the pleasure of it.
“It all took off from there. It’s real bar room stuff: foot stompers, not too many slow songs – a real party atmosphere.”
A typical Pacaminos set might include ‘Wooly Bully’, ‘La Bamba’ and sometimes, if enough tequila is flowing, ‘Speedy Gonzales’.
Tickets cost £20 (£25 on the door) and can be brought from Malvern Cube or visiting www.malverncube.com.
Malvern Tourist Information Centre and Carnival Records are also selling tickets.
Doors open at 7pm.