SHOW POSTPONED Due to public health concerns, Los Lobos' performance on Sunday, March 15 has been postponed. We are pleased to announce a new date of Sunday, October 25.
Due to public health concerns, Los Lobos’ performance on Sunday, March 15 has been postponed. We are pleased to announce a new date of Sunday, October 25. Click here to view details of the new event.
Existing tickets will be honored at the new date. If you are unable to make the rescheduled date, you may request a refund or choose to donate your tickets to Strings as a tax-deductible donation, providing valuable support to our hard-working nonprofit in this difficult time for music organizations.
For refund requests (excluding handling fee), please call or email the Strings Box Office. All refund requests must be received by Thursday, March 26.
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ABOUT LOS LOBOS – After celebrating their 40th anniversary with the cleverly titled 2013 live album Disconnected In New York City, the hard working, constantly touring band – David Hidalgo, Louie Perez, Cesar Rosas, Conrad Lozano and Steve Berlin – leaps headfirst into their fifth decade with an invitation to join them as they open fresh and exciting new Gates of Gold, their first full length studio album since 2010’s Tin Can Trust (a Grammy nominee for Best Americana Album) and second with Savoy/429 Records.
The dynamic songwriting, deeply poetic lyrics, thoughtful romantic and spiritual themes and eclectic blend of styles on the 11 track collection has resulted in an American saga in the rich literary tradition of legendary authors John Steinbeck and William Faulkner. Yet true to form, these typically humble musical wolves started in on the project without any grand vision or musical roadmap. Over 30 years after Los Lobos’ major label breakthrough How Will The Wolf Survive? – their 1984 album that ranks #30 on Rolling Stones list of the 100 greatest albums of the 1980s – their main challenge when they get off the road and head back into the studio is, as Berlin says, “trying not to do stuff we’ve already done. To a certain extent, we are always drawing from the same multi-faceted paint box, and we sound like what we sound like. We’re proud of what we feel is an honest body of work. We just want to keep finding new ways to say things.”
In the band’s early recording days – those years just before and after “La Bamba,” their worldwide crossover hit from the 1987 film which reached #1 on the U.S. and UK singles chart – they prepared for album recording sessions with top producers like T-Bone Burnett with pre- production that included multiple rehearsals and “outlining” what the project was going to be.
Louie Perez, the “poet laureate” and primary wordsmith of Los Lobos, once called their powerhouse mix of rock, Tex-Mex, country, folk, R&B, blues and traditional Spanish and Mexican music “the soundtrack of the barrio.” Three decades, two more Grammys, the global success of “La Bamba” and thousands of rollicking performances across the globe later, Los Lobos is surviving quite well – and still jamming with the same raw intensity as they had when they began in that garage in 1973.
(Sunday) 7:00 pm
Strings Music Pavilion
950 Strings Road
Tickets start at $50
Strings Music Pavilion950 Strings Road