VICTORIA, Texas - Dope House Records presents The Mexican Lives Tour – celebrating Carley Coy’s debut album release as well her new video which has organically garnished 50k views in the first 4 days.
This event will be held at The Victoria Community Center on Sunday March 17th, 2019, featuring the Dope House family, Juan Gotti, Shay Woods, Justin Case, SPM’s wife Carolyn Rodriguez Coy, Carlos Coy the 2nd, Doeman, and of course Carley Coy will be performing live.
The first 500 attendees will receive the first hardcopies ever to be released of Carley’s debut album “My Fathers Revenge”.
Click here for the Facebook event page.
The album consists of 10 of SPM’s classics revisited in Carley own unique style accompanied by 10 rare discussions with her father before each track. Carley’s songs are positive with a rough edge, and shortly after “My Fathers Revenge” she will be releasing her next album consisting of all original music.
Her style is uplifting yet connected to the struggle. Witty with a comedic undertone at times, real with skill and it leaves you with the idea she doesn’t need to “show it all” to pay the bills. Tickets are $15 pre-sale online at Eventbrite.com and are $20 at the door.
The album and concert stand as a testament to the fact that the music lives.
Carley Coy has resurrected DHR alongside an exciting new roster of artists all creating good music. Carlos Coy the 2nd, SPM’s 2nd to youngest son is producing a good deal of the beats with a caliber of production competitive with some of the leaders in the industry.
“The movement is back, the magic is back, and Carley Coy is determined to be the role model that the Mexican American Youth is in need of.” - Carlos Coy aka South Park Mexican.
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