Tickets are on sale!! Come see members of Del Castillo, Rick del Castillo, Alex Ruiz, & Mark del Castillo for this one-night-only event!! Featuring Jimmy Hartman on bass and Cecilio Ruiz on drums as well!! September 20th, 2015!! Click below for details and to purchase!!
Rick del Castillo & the Austin Civic Orchestra in Concert!
Rick del Castillo and the Austin Civic Orchestra are collaborating to present the the Latin music night of the year in Austin, Texas! The musical feature will be del Castillo’s score to the award winning film Killing Snakes which has never been performed live before!
- The ACO is partnering with Austin SoundWaves to provide free tickets to under served youth in Austin.
- Your financial help is needed to help get these youth to the concert, and also with our startup and production costs.
The rewards for contributing are original and unique – you can only get them on this Kickstarter campaign.
A Spaghetti Western is a one-time only concert to be held on Sunday, Sept 20, 2015 at 7:30 pm at the Long Center.
The people on stage will be awesome:
- Rick del Castillo, guitarist Mark del Castillo, vocalist Alex Ruiz, bassist Jimmy Hartman, Mike Zeoli on drums, world renown British counter-tenor Ryland Angel and guitarist Jason Gallardo
- The 60-member Austin Civic Orchestra
- A 75 member choir
This will be spaghetti western with cool swag with a western polo theme.
Risks and challenges
We need raise this money to provide the free tickets to the Austin SoundWaves youth, bring in guest artists, cover production costs and to rent this magnificent space.
Won’t you help us make this concert a reality?
We have many great special gifts that are unique to this event that we hope you’ll enjoy.
The Long Center’s Dell Hall seats 2000 and we are challenging all of you to help us fill it! The spaghetti western themes and beautiful Mexican/Spanish inspired music are combined in a unique performance of some of Austin’s favorite performers.
Check out Mark & Rick jam “Heartache & Pain” with Ray at his CD Release Party at the State Theater February 27th in Austin, Texas!!
Ray Benson’s new Solo CD titled “A Little Piece” is now available thru iTunes for download! The CD features a track that showcases Mark & Rick Del Castillo’s guitar playing!! Click the link above to go to iTunes and download it! Here’s what Ray said about working with Mark & Rick to American Songwriter Magazine:
American Songwriter: “Who are those guys on “Heartache and Pain?” I never heard guitar (like that) – it’s not quite flamenco.”
Ray Benson: “Oh yeah, they’re called the Del Castillo Brothers. It’s flamenco rock. It’s just these two guys, they’re in town. I produced a record of them and Willie Nelson doing “I Never Cared For You.” I had written a song that was very angry, flamenco, and I just started playing it. I play the intro lick you know and I could’ve played, but I went, no man, they’re good friends of mine and this is just right up their alley. Yeah, Mark and Rick, the Del Castillo Brothers, they have a band called Del Castillo and that’s what they do.”
Or if you prefer to order a physical CD, go to http://raybenson.com/
Del Castillo was featured Tuesday, January 14th, in a party scene for the Brand New ABC TV Show, Killer Women! In the scene, we performed
“Las Seis Cuerdas de Tony Montuno“!
Many of you were unable to watch it so HERE IT IS!!!
Thank you for all the love and support!
Check out the Mobile App by Del Castillo. This free Mobile App lets you listen to music, check out photos and videos, read blog posts and get exclusive push notifications straight to your mobile device.
Pick up a copy of this month’s Guitar Player Magazine for an article on the Ellnora Guitar Festival that Del Castillo played on September 6th!
Also, CLICK HERE to go to a link on Guitar Player’s website featuring Del Castillo!
Here’s what Associate Editor Matt Blackett had to say in his September 16th online blog about Del Castillo:
Both Mark and Rick Del Castillo will be playing guitar for Robert Rodriguez’s new movie, “Machete Kills” which is in theaters now! Mark plays all the guitar on the opening credits song while Rick adds the music for the “Space Trailer” scene! Check it out!