Mescalero

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Mes·ca·le·ro

 (mĕs′kə-lâr′ō)
n. pl. Mescalero or Mes·ca·le·ros
A member of an Apache tribe formerly inhabiting southern New Mexico, western Texas, and north-central Mexico, with a present-day population in southern New Mexico.
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e gig by Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros on Sunday, June 6, 1999, was another special Lomax night.
Strummer had been touring with his most recent band The Mescaleros and played the 500-capacity venue TJ's in Newport just over a month ago.
TO celebrate what would have been Joe Strummer's 60th birthday, Hellcat Records are releasing re-mastesred editions of Global A Go-Go and Streetcore, the albums he recorded with The Mescaleros between 2000 and his death in 2002.
He and Strummer were so close they would hang out at each other's homes, and the star even dedicated a song to him during his final Newport show with the Mescaleros just a month before his 2002 death.
Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros had a song called Shakhtar Donetsk on the album Global A Go-Go, while U2 had a hit with Werder Streets Have No Name.
To mark the sixth anniversary of his untimely death on December 22, 2002, Oxjam and Urban & Eastern will host a special event in tribute to this legendary performer and his work with the Clash and the Mescaleros.
Strummer was a pioneer of punk rock in his band The Clash, who helped to put politics back into music, and went on to record on his own and with his band The Mescaleros.
They are Martin Slattery and Antony Genn, who used to be in Joe Strummer's Mescaleros.
The disc includes live performances of Clash classics as well as Mescaleros tunes.
Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros - Rock Art and the X-Ray Style (1999)
With: The bands Seam and Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros.
Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros, Rock Art and the X-Ray Style (No.