Locos Por Juana, Almost as Awesome as Chuck Norris...Almost

​Seriously, there's really not a whole lot more praise I could pay Locos Por Juana without seeming gushy. If you read Crossfade even twice a year, there's like a 50/50 chance you've read something I wrote about them before. Sooo...instead, I've opted to share a few of my all-time favorite Chuck Norris facts.

In no particular order, they are:

-Chuck Norris doesn't sleep. He waits.

-Chuck Norris doesn't read books. He stares them down until they give up the information he wants.

-Chuck Norris doesn't produce sperm. He produces tiny white ninjas that recognize only one mission: seek and destroy.

-Chuck Norris always knows the exact location of Carmen Sandiego.

-When someone says "nobody's perfect," Chuck Norris takes it as a personal insult.

-When Chuck Norris jumps in the water, he doesn't get wet. The water gets Chuck Norrised

-Chuck Norris once struck lightning.

and, my personal fav...

-The human body contains 46 chromosomes. Chuck Norris' contains 47...and they are all lethal.

Now, this has nothing to do with LPJ, obviously--it's just a testament to Chuck Norris' extreme awesomeness. But LPJ is awesome in their own right. Just not as awesome as Chuck Norris. And you'd be wise never to suggest otherwise. Ever.

If you somehow missed every single one of their countless performances around SoFla and have no idea what I'm talking about, or you just want to have a surefire good time and cheap drinks, check the hard-gigging band out for yourself at Transit this Saturday, and see why these two-time Latin Grammy nominees are worthy of hosting Chuck Norris facts on a blog (only marginally) about them.

Locos Por Juana perform at Transit Lounge (729 SW 1 Ave) this Saturday. No cover.

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Christopher Lopez