Beto and the Fairlanes Return!

to the TEXAS JAZZ FESTIVAL

Saturday, October 20th  11:30pm North StageIT'S FREE!!

Beto and the Fairlanes is Robert Skiles' whimsical creation that started out as music for a Latin Jazz ballet named "El Perdido".  However, when the ballet failed to materialize, Robert, along with some of his closest friends, recorded the "El Perdido" music in studio 1A at the University of Texas.  Soon after that, Beto and The Fairlanes were featured on a live broadcast from KUT radio hosted by the local jazz DJ, Fred Bourque. The response was immediate!  All of the radio station's phones lit up at once.   At that moment, the band instantly created a fan base that continues to grow to this day, 40  years later!

(For more on the formation of  Beto And The Fairlanes, see  link to "My Story" )
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Beto and the Fairlanes at Helotes Jazz Festival

Old Town, 14391 Riggs Road, Helotes, Texas

Jazz a'Round Old Town Helotes is a music festival featuring local jazz artists. Attendance is free! This outdoor venue features food trucks, drink booths, and great jazz music. The next event is scheduled for Saturday, March 23, 2019. Visit us again soon for more details about the 2019 festival.