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Joe “King“ Carrasco Writes Song in Tribute to Home Bar “Nacho Daddy Mexico” in Puerto Vallarta

Joe "King" Carrasco wrote a song in tribute to the fans and his home town bar Nacho Daddy Mexico, located in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The Nacho Daddy song is on Joe King Carrasco and the Crowns’ new CD, “Que Wow.”


Joe King Carrasco, an honoree and performer at the 30th Annual Austin Music Awards Dinner March 14, performed his new song, “Nacho Daddy,” named for Nacho Daddy Mexico, the bar and restaurant he calls home in Puerto Vallarta when not on tour.

The Nacho Daddy song is on Joe King Carrasco and the Crowns’ new CD, “Que Wow.” He wrote the song as a fun tribute to his home bar and restaurant at 180 Basilio Badillo in La Zona Romantica, which serves up Puerto Vallarta’s best nachos.

Also performing at the Austin Music Awards dinner was Bruce Springsteen, who made a surprise on-stage appearance to perform with headliner Alejandro Escovedo. Critics said Joe King’s performance “turned the dark Austin Music Hall into one big Spring Break border town beach party.”

Joe King Carrasco performs every Thursday and Saturday night at Nacho Daddy Mexico when not traveling, so it’s no surprise he and the band penned an homage to the bar and their friends at 180 Basilio Badillo..

Nacho Daddy Mexico is two blocks from the beach in the heart of Old Town Puerto Vallarta. The bar is surrounded by restaurants, galleries and shops. The Mexican government has spent tens of millions of pesos renovating the city center and the results are a safe, walkable tourist destination with plenty to see and do. Online, Nacho Daddy Mexico can be found at

Nacho Daddy opens for lunch at noon and stays open to midnight, or until everyone goes home. It features “Mex-Tex” food, including enchiladas, Chalupas and fajitas. It serves its own branded tequila made from 100 percent agave and an array of beers, wines and cocktails. Another house band is the “Texas Embassy Blues Band” led by Nacho Daddy Mexico Manager Sean Moore, who is credited with creating a tropical “House of Blues” at Nacho Daddy Mexico.

Nacho Daddy is a home away from home for ex-pat Americans, Canadians and Europeans who have followed Joe King Carrasco’s lead living life down Old Mexico Way. The bar’s clientele tends to be older, which is how Nacho Daddy Mexico got its nickname as the place “where 50-year-olds party like their hair is on fire.”

You can hear the song on the Nacho Daddy Mexico site or just click on the following link to be taken right to it, Joe “King” Carrasco “Que Wow”


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