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Los Palominos receive proclamation from city of San Antonio [VIDEO + PHOTOS]

By TejanoNation Staff @TejanoNation

By TejanoNation Staff
@TejanoNation

San Antonio city councilman Allan Warrick awards proclamation to Los Palominos on Thursday, September 8, 2016 (Courtesy photo)

San Antonio city councilman Allan Warrick awards proclamation to Los Palominos on Thursday, September 8, 2016 (KXTN)

Los Palominos received a proclamation from the city of San Antonio, naming the brothers as “Emissary Of The Muses.”

San Antonio city councilmen, Allan Warrick from District 2 and Chris Medina from District 7, awarded the proclamation to the band during their performance at KXTN’s Tejano Thursdays concert series on September 8.

“As Emissary of the Muses, you are committed to relating the uniqueness of San Antonio, its beauties, attractions, culture, and rich history as a patron of the arts and sciences,” says the proclamation signed by San Antonio mayor Ivy Taylor.

The band has been very busy since releasing Piensalo on August 28 with new record label Freddie Records, their first album in three years.

Los Palominos also broke attendance records at their 20th annual Palomino Fest in their hometown of Uvalde, Texas during Labor Day weekend. The annual three-day festival drew a record-breaking crowd of over 30,000 and included performances from Xelencia, Jay Perez,Masizzo, Bobby Pulido, Los Tigrillos and more.

WATCH: Los Palominos receive proclamation from city of San Antonio

PHOTOS: Los Palominos receive proclamation from city of San Antonio

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