The Los Lonely Brothers will bring their 'Texican' Chicano rock to the Top Hat on Sunday, November 3rd. You likely know them from their hit song "Heaven."

Lots of musicians compare their careers to roller-coaster rides, but Los Lonely Boys have had so many close-your-eyes-and-hang-on moments in the 14 years since they recorded their self-titled debut, they should buy an amusement park.

The story of how the Garza brothers – vocalist/guitarist Henry, bassist/vocalist and drummer/ vocalist Ringo – rode their bluesy “Texican rock” sound from San Angelo, Texas, to worldwide fame is one of rock’s great Cinderella tales. But the story of how they’ve persevered in the face of subsequent challenges is just as compelling. In 2013, they canceled 43 shows and paused work on their last album, Revelation, after Henry was seriously hurt when he fell from a stage in Los Angeles.

Tickets are $28 and on sale now at the Top Hat, Rockin' Rudy's and online. This will be an all ages show. Listen to KC's "Dig This" every morning at 11 for a chance to win tickets!