Los Lobos & Los Lonely Boys
wsg Alejandro Escovedo
June 21, 2013
Gate opens at 5:30 pm | Show starts at 6 pm
Starting as a small rock band out of East Los Angeles in the 1970s, Los Lobos hit their stride when they started experimenting with sounds from their Mexican heritage using rock, blues, jazz. Their success would eventually lead to tours with Bob Dylan, the Grateful Dead, U2, and The Clash, plus several albums, and three Grammy awards. Debuting in 2003 with a multi-chart gold single, Grammy award winner Los Lonely Boys won over fans with their fusion of electric blues, soulful grooves and rock and roll. They recently released their first self-produced album, Rockpango through their own record label.
Alejandro Escovedo began his music career with a mid-'70s punk band based in San Francisco and has grown into an eclectic solo career with musical tastes ranging from Americana, alternative country-rock and roots rock. His latest work and 11th album, Big Station, was released in the summer of 2012.