Los Vertigos (The Vertigos)

Based in Houston TX



Serving Texas and the global marketplace since 2006, according to the Houston Chronicle,"Los Vertigos will make your head spin and knock you off balance with their revivalist psych-rock and neo-soul." These Night Moves Magazine Music Award winners (best variety band) perform the deep cuts as well as the infectious hits and non-hits from the 1960s through the present. Fronted by the Ross Brothers (who happen to be identical twins), Los Vertigos are a band for all occasions and for all ages. Eclectic yet entertaining, Los Vertigos provide their clients with the music of their lifetime but with a "Texas-centric" point of view. After experiencing this unique ensemble of well-seasoned musicians, one soon realizes that this ain't your grandma's "bar band." Think of Los Vertigos the next time you are planning your next non-profit fundraiser, art gallery opening, biker rally, company picnic, wedding reception, or big-ass private party. Los Vertigos are also available for ice house, road house, juke joint, and night club bookings as well as church socials, quinceaneras, and bar mitzvahs.

Los Vertigos have recently released their new EP, Rock and Soul Salvation (Recovery Recordings). Look for it in on Amazon, Spotify, Deezer, YouTube, iTunes, Apple Music, and very soon - on Pandora. You can also follow Los Vertigos on Facebook and Instagram (LosVertigosHouston) and on Twitter (RecoverySounds).

We would especially like to thank Genya Ravan of SiriusXM, Channel 21 (Little Steven’s Underground Garage), in New York City, who recently gave our new release a spin on her Friday night radio show, “Goldie’s Garage.” We would also like to thank Joe Nick Patoski who spun the new Los Vertigos EP on his syndicated radio show, “The Texas Music Hour of Power,” and last but certainly not least, a big thank you to both James Nagel aka The Blues Hound who also spun our CD on his radio show, Howlin' the Blues, and to Sandy Weinmann, of KPFT FM, who broke our EP, on his Texas radio show, DeadBeat.