The Music  . . .

The repertoire ranges from blues at one side with songs of John Mayall, Gary Moore, Cream, Allman Bros. and Peter Green over ZZTop's boogie and the R&B of the early Stones up to genuine rock songs originated from Chuck Berry, CCR or AC/DC. As a special focal point the repertoire is completed by songs of Carlos Santana.

Listen !

Unfortunately we are not allowed to offer demo sounds in this home page. But there are links.
(for which we of course do not assume liability):

The last time
Still got the blues
Sabre dance
You can leave your hat on
Black magic woman (incl. drum solo)
Stormy Monday Blues
Call me the Breeze
19th nervous Breakdown

The "Hombres" are not afraid to recast songs originally written for larger instrumentations into trio arranagements (e.g. Sympathy for the devil, Black magic woman, Oye como va ), nor do they hesitate to combine rock standards with themes from other musical genres (e.g. Sunshine of your love & Funky town & Bach Toccata / Hey Joe & Pink Panther Theme / Let It Bleed & Strangers in the Night / Whole lotta Rosie & Hocus Pocus ).

But also regular arrangements leave room to move for interpretation and temperament (e.g. Jesus Just Left Chicago, Shake your Moneymaker, Come on ). Occasionally there are some Jazzy ballads, normally exotic for a blues band.

Gigs / Locations

TRES HOMBRES have made a name for themselves, starting in Aachen and the three country edge becoming known supra regional. Their radius of action originally ranged through Dusseldorf, Duisburg and Cologne. This radius even was extended by tours to Hamburg, through Saxony and Thuringia in the very east of Germany and to Munich in the south. A blues gig in a small pub is as well part of their experience as a Vernissage or a gig on stage in front of a larger audience at city parties, business events or birthday parties or as support for better known bands.

The group got very special experience at gigs in different prisons in NRW and in Saxony.
The Hombres were part of supporting program at the Leverkusener Jazztage.