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Nick Garza’s Get Along celebrates National Margarita Day with “I’ll Take Another Margarita” ft. Josh Baca

The upbeat, lighthearted Texas roots tune is the fourth single from the Tex-eclectic outfit.

AUSTIN, TX — After releasing songs featuring legendary Texas Tornados member Augie Meyers, Grammy-Award winning Los Texmaniacs, cosmic country-rocker Garrett T. Capps, and soulful singer Kelsey Wilson (aka Sir Woman), Tex-eclectic outfit Nick Garza’s Get Along releases the fourth single (and debut music video filmed and edited by Brian Writer) on National Margarita Day with “I’ll Take Another Margarita.”

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Featuring special guest and accordion-virtuoso Josh Baca of Los Texmaniacs, this upbeat and lighthearted Texas roots tune will get you in the mood to mix up a margarita and grito (shout) along. 

Nick Garza, a Kerrville Folk Festival university songwriter alum, and a founding member of Austin stomp-folk group, Hello Wheels, calls his Get Along, “a natural progression for a 13th-generation Texan.”  Influenced by different musical traditions including progressive and outlaw country, Tex-Mex, and western swing, Garza writes songs that dig into the modern experience, with a solid footing in the Lone Star State’s rich musical heritage.

“I’ll Take Another Margarita” is available on YouTube, Spotify, and for purchase on all major platforms. 

Nick Garza”s Get Along — “I’ll Take Another Margarita” featuring Josh Baca
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