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Orquestra Del Desierto

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Orquestra Del Desierto

Orquesta del Desierto
Origin United States
Genres Desert rock
Years active 2002 - present
(currently on hiatus)
Labels MeteorCity
Associated acts Desert Sessions
Yawning Man
Website Official Site
Members Peter Stahl
Dandy Brown
Mike Riley
Mario Lalli
Country Mark Engel
Adam Maples
Pete Davidson
Past members Alfredo Hernández

Orquesta del Desierto is an American desert rock band from the Palm Desert, California. Founded upon music inspired and written by producer Dandy Brown (Hermano), members of the band include or have included vocalist Pete Stahl (Scream, Goatsnake, Wool), drummer Alfredo Hernández (Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age, Ché), guitarist Mario Lalli (Fatso Jetson, Yawning Man) and guitarists Mike Riley and Country Mark Engel. The band released two albums to date: an eponymous debut in 2002 and a follow up in 2003, appropriately titled "Dos".

The band dissolved in 2006 as members moved on to pursue other projects.[1]


  • Orquesta del Desierto, released by MeteorCity on May 20, 2002. Recorded at the GreenRoom in Palm Springs, CA.
  • Dos, released by Alone Records/The Stone Circle on October 27, 2003 (limited edition digipack) and by MeteorCity on February 10, 2004. Recorded at Rancho de la Luna in Joshua Tree, CA.

See also


External links

  • Orquesta del Desierto official website
  • Alone Records/The Stone Circle official website
  • MeteorCity Records official website
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