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February 2017

Buffalo BLUZ, a new CD from Pat Vegas

Buffalo BLUZ will be available on CD coming soon.You can also download it here...
And learn more about this excellent recording here.

Start of 2014

Pat Vegas launches a radio show

A Chance to Have it All is a great one hour weekly radio show. You can listen each show here, and so discover rare music and hear Pat talking to Acela Margarita Cortese and telling lots of stories of the golden age.

Chance to Have it All on KCLA

February 2013

Pat vegas releases a new album: Ambergris

Pat Vegas's webpage

4 march 2010

Lolly Vegas of Redbone passed away of cancer

The second great loss in a few months. We are sad. Just want to listen to all the great songs again.

Lolly Vegas

25 december 2009

Tony Bellamy passes away

The lead guitarist of Redbone has passed away on Christmas day.

Tony Bellamy

25 May 2008

Redbone inducted into the Native American Music Hall of Fame

This event is going to happen during The Tenth Annual Native American Music
Awards, October 4, 2008, at the Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, NY
Read more on the native american music awards site (then click on NAMA 10)

Janice-Marie and Pat Vegas

20 May 2008

Pete DePoe arriving in the Netherlands

The mythical first drummer of Redbone now installing in Europe and searching for musicians to play with.
Read his interview !

Pete DePoe at home In Den Haag

October 2007

Redbone in Europe

The dutch fans want to make them rock Europe again…
Lot's of videos to watch here.

Tony Bellamy

August 2007 - A strange affair

A false Redbone played in Butte Montana

A band that headlined a fair last weekend is accused of masquerading as the rock group Redbone, whose hits included the 1970s song "Come and Get Your Love." The band at the Butte-Silver Bow Fair performed under the name Redbone, but the real Redbone was playing in Wisconsin, said Ron Kurtz, Redbone's manager.
"I've been in the business for 40 years, and I've never ran into anything this blatant," Kurtz said Thursday from his office in Burbank, Calif. He said the fair board was conned.