One of the most celebrated Tejano/conjunto groups of their era, Los Hometown Boys started out as a family band and went on to become one of most popular conjunto acts in the Southwest. Based in Lubbock, Texas, the Hometown Boys’ had the honor of being the first Hispanic act inducted into the Lubbock Music Walk of Fame in 1996, and in 1997, the tune “Joe’s Special 10” was named Best Instrumental at the 1997 Tejano Music Awards.
Over the years, through many tragedies with band members passing and new ones being added, the group continued to enjoy the support of their fans in the Lone Star State, who nicknamed the group “the Homies.”
Our newest members are at lead vocals Elias Aredondo, he has a great history of music behind him, being related to Los Huracanes Del Norte.
The band through all their adversity, is as strong as ever. We realized from the beginning of our career, that the fans are the most important part of being around for such a long time, and with that said. We would like to thank the people who have supported and continue to support The Hometown Boys, Our fans, family and friends.