"Lonestar Texas Alley"
The Brady, Texas, native has been
receiving great reviews for this "solid traditional country"
sounding project along with his duets with Justin Trevino and
Bill Lister. Torres began singing with his family at a very early
age. He entertained through his school years and beyond at private
functions and dances throughout the Central Texas area. Torres
formed "The Lone Star Band" and wrote and recorded "Lonestar
Alley" in the late 1970's. "Lonestar Alley" was
about a popular night spot in Menard, Texas. The record became
a regional hit throughout Central Texas.
In 1998, Torres went back into the recording studio
to re-record "Lonestar Alley" for the "Heart of
Texas Country" album. After receiving airplay throughout
the country, a full album was conceived. "Texas Lonestar
Alley" was produced by Lonestar Recording Artist Justin Trevino.
The project contains twelve songs including six original compositions
from Torres including "Picture On The Wall" "Little
Red Wagon" "Bar Where We Met" and "Baby Jane
Doe." The later song was written about a baby that was found
near a ranch near Brady and how the community rallied around her
during the early 1990's.
Torres also recorded six Country Classics including
a duet with Justin Trevino on "Blue House Painted White"
and with Big Bill Lister on "Jambalaya." Torres then
adds "Pride" "Before The Next Teardrop Falls"
and "You Always
Come Back To Hurting Me" to round out the selections.
Country Music legend Leona Williams said "Frank
just sings those 'Real Country' songs so good!" Frankie Miller
added "Everyone loves to hear Frank Torres-he's Solid Country!"
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