The Barbarians of Sevilla – one of Austin’s great and enthusiastic bands. Super-tight but improvising as well, styled after 1970’s rock, performing their original music and well-chosen covers by the Faces, Stones, the Sharks, the Bintangs, and others.

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Yes, the Barbarians are promoting Teye guitars. One plus one still equals two: Teye guitars make it easy for the Barbarians to sound great, which in turn promotes the guitars.


Lead Vocals: Christine Amaro

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Drums: Andy Gilder

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Bass: Bruce Krecow

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Guitars: Teye

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