As we prepare for the upcoming blockbuster show at the Wolstein Center tonight (Monday, October 8th) featuring North American music giants Los Lobos and Neil Young, I offer to you, from the big black vaults of musical eclecticism, nearly two hours of soundboard-quality Los Lobos.
If you are a fan, you already appreciate the Los Lobos live experience. If you are new to the band, take the time to understand the groove that is Los Lobos.
Filled with variety, spirit and expert musicianship, their shows are throwbacks in terms of their use as a vehicle to cultivate lasting relationships between artist and audience, producing connectivity similar to that of the Allman Brothers Band, the Grateful Dead, Widespread Panic, and Phish.
The band members’ musical appreciation for their cultural roots combined with their exposure to both the AM and the FM dials of American radio from decades past results in a sound that is unique and wide-ranging, moving from traditional Mexican themes to thoughtful acoustic storytelling to improvisational jams to full-on rock and roll party music.
They are the best American band going so get out there and become a believer.
Pleased to offer you yet another life-enriching musical experience that you wish you were a part of, just remember: it’s a bleedinboard and it’s from ATV.
On Main Street
Will the Wolf Survive
Tin Can Trust
Jupiter or the Moon
Let’s Say Goodnight
Ay Te Dejo En San Antonio
Burn It Down
West L.A. Fadeaway
Don’t Worry Baby
I Got Loaded