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The band Hacienda Brothers was founded in 2002. Before coming to fame, the band got it’s start in Tucson. Generally, music journalists would define Hacienda Brothers’s style within the genre/s of alternative country, and other rock music.

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Red Meat

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Waco Brothers

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Jon Dee Graham

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Butch Hancock

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