The Last Bandoleros
Adopting the handle the Last Bandoleros, the band soon earned a reputation as one of the best acts in Brooklyn and San Antonio. In 2015, the group was approached by manager Martin Kierszenbaum, who liked their work and their style. Kierszenbaum signed them to his Cherrytree Management firm, and soon they were hitting the road regularly, headlining at venues like New York's Webster Hall and touring as the opener for ambitious country-pop combo the Mavericks. In 2015, they released a pair of digital singles, "I Don't Want to Know" and "Where Do You Go," which captured their mix of honky tonk attitude and Tex-Mex heart quite well. In 2016, Warner Bros. Nashville signed the Last Bandoleros to a recording contract, and a reissue of "Where Do You Go" arrived in April 2016.
BREAKTHROUGH is Dubai's Pioneer celebrity booking agency, to book The Last Bandoleros for your celebration contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrity booking fees are derived from many aspects, including current popularity, career stage along with the demand at the moment of inquiry. Breakthrough Xclusive will only discuss your offer with The Last Bandoleros's management once we receive your formal offer with the event budget and engagement specifications.
Travel and Hospitality expenses form an integral part of booking a Celebrity, these costs include but are not limited to first class flights, 5 star hotel bookings, limousine services, private catering, etc. Its also important to note that certain Celebrities travel with their Family, Management and Production team.
If you event is less than 6 months ahead, 100% upfront payment will apply upon contract signing.
If you event is more than 6 months ahead, payment can be done in installments upon contract signing.
A formal offer will need to be signed between your organization and BREAKTHROUGH Xclusive first, before presenting the offer to The Last Bandoleros. The acceptance of the offer solely lies within the discretion of the Celebrity as they receive multiple requests on a daily basis from all over the world. If your budget does not factor that in, they may pursue an alternate invitation instead. We do not personally speak for The Last Bandoleros, but in our experience rejections are usually the outcome of insufficient funding.
All final The Last Bandoleros’s booking agreements are solidified by binding legal contracts, lawyers from all parties are involved in the signing of every contract.