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“Vincent and Luzy” Film Now Titled “Cry Now”

Vincent and Luzy, the Alberto Barboza film the Doghouse Lords performed live in, and singer Javier Matos acted in, has undergone another name change. It is now titled Cry Now, and American Quarterly Journal says “Cry Now is Alberto Barboza’s deeply romantic, Chicano rockabilly ode to artistic practice set in Boyle Heights…”

You can see the 2014 teaser for it HERE, and you can see the Doghouse Lords’ John Bazz at 1:02, just don’t blink!

Doghouse Lords on the set of Vincent & Luzy


This Is How It All Began…

…. the second Doghouse Lords gig ever, April 4th 2009, “Georgia Chain Gang” at the Redwood Bar, downtown Los Angeles:

Doghouse Lords Video Page Is Up

Just uploaded is the new video, featuring live performances, fan videos, radio appearances and more. It also contains the self-produced video to “Walk Across Your Floor”, check them all out by clicking HERE.


NoFightin.com Article on Doghouse Lords

A while back NoFightin.com did a quick feature on the Doghouse Lords. No Fightin’ is the tribute site for the Red Devils, the Southern California blues outfit that, in addition to Doghouse Lords drummer Bill Bateman, featured Lester Butler, Paul Size, David Lee Bartel and Jonny Ray Bartel. Years later No Fightin’ is still going strong, click on the link to see the Doghouse Lords piece and browse the archives:

No Fightin Website

“Vincent & Luzy” Out in Fall 2013

In May of 2011 the Doghouse Lords performed “44 Gun” for the Cinetico Productions feature film “Vincent & Luzy”, directed by Alberto Barboza. After two years of limbo it is finally slated for a Fall 2013 release. Visit vincentandluzy.com for more info.

Doghouse Lords on the set of Vincent & Luzy


Welcome to the New DoghouseLords.com

… featuring better access and mobile capabilities. Check back often for news, live dates and release info.