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Latin 09/01/2014

Del Castillo's New Single To Be Featured On ABC's "Killer Women" Jan 14, 9pm CST

Del Castillo's New Single To Be Featured On ABC's "Killer Women" Jan 14, 9pm CST

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Award winning Latin rock band, Del Castillo (Austin, Tx) will be performing in a party scene on ABC's new crime/drama "Killer Women" featuring their new (instrumental) single "Las Seis Cuerdas de Tony Montuno" (The Six Strings of Tony Montuno). The featured episode airs Tuesday, January 14 at 9pm CST.

Del Castillo is also well known for backing up film maker Robert Rodriguez in his "Chingon" band playing music for many of his films and were also featured playing the closing credits track for Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol.2".

Del Castillo has toured with big name acts like BB King, John Scofield, Buddy Guy, Don Henley, Los Lonely Boys, Los Lobos, Ozomatli and STYX and also played many European festivals (Montreaux 2012), ballrooms, clubs, theaters, etc.

More new songs are streaming free online for a limited time. Visit www.delcastillomusic.com






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