Yes, that’s accurate–they are indeed about to break!: And you want to be sure to follow that link and watch the whole vid, it’s great!
…and they have a very careful recap of the event. Starting with: Castro // photo Jennifer Shorter Castro I started my TTMR adventure on Saturday with Castro, the family band formed by American Idol alum Jason Castro and his siblings Michael and Jackie. The band is the perfect spring and summer band, with a pop/folk
Huge thank you to @CinderblockDFW for having us, we had such a good time playing the Block Party! Peace out sxsw ✌🏻 pic.twitter.com/vy3IOnaBPJ — CASTRO (@CastroTheBand) March 19, 2017 Nice picture! (But where’s the bootleg?) (What do you mean, there’s no bootleg?!?!) (If you see any bootleg, let me know, please…) There’s also a
Can't wait for you guys to see this! @iHeartRadio pic.twitter.com/Y6qav4fgqa — CASTRO (@CastroTheBand) January 30, 2017
But we got a video!: It’s a half hour, so give yourself some time. Or you can skip ahead to around 18:00 (-11:30) or so. FYI: Info on Toyota Texas Music Revolution here.
There’s a link to iHeartRadio’s Snapchat Discover Channel here. (I think. My phone is too boring for Snapchat.)
From Idol Chatter, “The Top 10 Post-American Idol Songs” (of 2016, that is): “Automatic” by Castro: The best song on the very fine debut EP from Casto, which includes Jason (4th on Season 7 of Idol), brother Michael (a contestant on Seasons 8 & 9) and younger sister Jackie. Dang, does she sound great on
You know, the one that Castro did this past Saturday? Well, it resulted in this quite nice article in the Mesquite News: “We all have very diverse musical interests that we kind of combine to make us what we are,” Jason said. […]“I think we are better together, and this is too special not to
Video by Castro (I especially love the end, just perfect!) There is also a piece on the IHeartRadio website that talks about the meaning behind the video. From the Castros: Images of love, nature, and light serve to evoke the feeling that love is an irresistible adventure that beckons, and is at it’s best when