Los Lobos is a Mexican American six-member band founded in Los Angeles in 1973 that gained their reputation to the public in 1987 for its wild version of La Bamba (Ritchie Valens). With the incomparable guitarists and singers David Hidalgo and Cesar Rosas, in addition to the excellent multi-instrumentalists Louie Pérez and Steve Berlin, Los Lobos offers a hybrid of styles. From rock, tex mex, blues, country, cumbia and bolero to many types of traditional Spanish and Mexican music, the musical styles cohabit harmoniously and for our greatest pleasure. In concert, in addition to their hits How Will The Wolf Survive and Do not Worry Baby, according to the mood of the moment, the legendary musicians can swing strong versions of Cinnamon Girl (Neil Young), Bertha (Grateful Dead) and Shakin Shakin Shakes (T-Bone Burnett / Rosas). Enlisted at the Austin City Limits Hall of Fame in 2018, Los Lobos has been celebrating festive and free music for almost 50 years!