Los Pacaminos

Put those blues to one side for the evening, come and have a beer and tequila and kick up your heels!


… have been playing together for 25 years. Starting in the early 90’s, and not meant to be anything other than fun. Fortunately, it was so much fun that no-one wanted it to stop!

Originally formed as a Tex–Mex band, they have now evolved a sound that’s all their own, taking in the influences of Ry Cooder, Flaco Jimenez, Roy Orbison, The Texas Tornados, Calexico, Ennio Morricone, Texas blues, a little bit of Country, Cajun, Conjunto and a hefty slice of Americana. The songwriting is strong, and blessed with more than a few good vocalists in the band the variety of material can be shaped to fit each singer.

All shows this year are in support of the recent release of Los Pacaminos’ 2nd studio album, A Fistful Of Statins. Google it, you’ll have to look hard to find a bad review!

Meet the Band

Vocals/Guitar/Bajo Sexto: Paul Young needs little introduction...from his days with Q-Tips to his number one solo hits "Wherever I Lay My Hat", "Come Back and Stay", "Every Time You Go Away" and many others, Paul has always been loved for his unique vocal style, his great personality and for making a jolly good mole sauce!

Guitar/Vocals: Drew Barfield From A&M signings The Keys and The Big Heat, Drew has written songs for Go West, Joe Jackson, Paul Young and Level 42.

Guitar/Vocals: Jamie Moses An accomplished session guitarist who has played with Queen and Sir Tom Jones for many years, he has also toured and recorded with Mike and the Mechanics, Bob Geldof, The Pretenders, Chaka Khan, Amy Winehouse, Gary Barlow and Tony Hadley to name but a few.

Bass: Steve Greetham Steve has worked with Joan Armatrading, Paul Young and Julia Fordham.

Drums/Percussion: Mark Pinder Several renowned cult acts claimed Mark's services including the Vampire Bats before he headed off to join Paul Young and Alison Moyet.



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