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4Nov/101

TONIGHT! Los Lobos and Jorma Kaukonen at The Masonic Auditorium

Cleveland music fans are in for a real treat tonight with Los Lobos in town to play a rare area show at a super cool venue.  Tonight's event at the Cleveland Masonic Auditorium is being presented by the fine folks at Visible Voice Books in partnership with The Beachland.  I'm still waiting to hear the story from Dave at VV in regards to how this show ended up at the Masonic, but however it happened, big ups to him for stepping up to help bring Los Lobos (with Jorma Kaukonen supporting) to such an interesting place.

Tin Can Trust is the latest Los Lobos album (also available on vinyl!) and for me personally, the most enjoyable album I've heard from them since Kiko.  Expect a mix of tunes from the new record and plenty of older Los Lobos favorites.  Tickets for tonight's show are $35.00 and you can purchase them here.

Here's the official rundown from Visible Voice:

Visible Voice is pleased to present three-time Grammy award winner Los Lobos with Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame member Jorma Kaukonen at The Masonic Auditorium, 3615 Euclid Ave, Cleveland,Ohio 44115 on Thursday November 4th. Doors open at 6:30pm, show starts at 7:30pm. All tickets are general admission at a cost of $35.00 and can be purchased at www.ticketweb.com or 866-468-3401.

This is the third concert performance that has been presented by Visible Voice Books. The previous three include: Assembly of Dust, The Reverend Horton Heat and Cracker. The Masonic Auditorium is a one hundred year old former opera house and location of Cleveland Orchestra recording and practice sessions. The chance to see and hear Los Lobos and Jorma Kaukonen in such a wonderful setting will truly be a uniquely Cleveland experience.

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