Gonzalez: We saw the band Bleached twice. The guitar player is a big fan of ours, and she was telling Gabriel that she wants to tour together. There's a bunch of friends of ours that I'd be down to tour with. We're friends with Pujol, and we played with them a couple of times. There's another band from Nashville, Diarrhea Planet — we saw them play yesterday and hung out.

What is the first thing you want to do when you get back into town?

Gonzalez: The last few times we've gotten back from a long tour, we've gone straight to the beach. When we get back this time, the water's already cold. It's not the ideal beach scenario, so I'm not sure. Sleeping in a bed is going to be nice, and eating some real Cuban meals. It was my birthday yesterday, and we had a big dinner at a Cuban restaurant. I'll put Cuban in quotations. The food was good, but when I ordered Cuban coffee, they brought out espresso with no sugar in it. Come on, man!

Incessant touring has had no ill effects on the Jacuzzi Boys.
Ivan Santiago
Incessant touring has had no ill effects on the Jacuzzi Boys.

Location Info


Respectable Street

518 Clematis St.
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Category: Bars and Clubs

Region: West Palm Beach


Jacuzzi Boys, with Guy Harvey and Band in Heaven. 9 p.m. Friday, November 4, at Respectable Street, 518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. Tickets cost $7; $10 at the door.

Presents! What did you get for your birthday?

Gonzalez: My mom sent a card for me. Diego gave me a Hall & Oates pin. Gabriel and his girlfriend bought me brunch, and he still owes me a massage. Rydel is still debating. Ruben Mendez from Hardly Art bought me two pieces of cake — a cheesecake with chocolate brownies on top and a coconut cake — at the Cake Shop, which was pretty appropriate.

Glazin' has a pretty fervent love letter to California called "Los Angeles." Have you ever seriously entertained relocating?

Alcala: No. We love Miami, we hate Miami, we love Miami, we hate Miami. We don't want to leave at all. That's our home; that's where our family and friends are. We love the vibe. We'll just keep on touring. We have those breaks out of Miami to experience other places, see new faces. [laughs] Whenever I start getting sick of Miami, there's a tour around the corner that I'm looking forward to. Then, on tour when I get homesick, it's usually toward the end.

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