The rock band Los Lobos was formed in Los Angeles, in 1973. The current lineup includes David Hidalgo, Louie Perez, Cesar Rosas, Conrad Lozano, Steve Berlin, and Enrique Gonzalez. The band is famous for such hits as “La Bamba”, “Come on Let’s Go”, and “Donna”. They hold several Grammy awards.
Los Lobos (The Wolves in Spanish) is one of the most unique and original American bands of 1980’s. Their music is multifaceted and versatile. They play a certain mix of rock, Tex-Mex, traditional Spanish and Mexican melodies, country, folk, rhythm and blues, and blues.
The band was formed in 1973 but the debut album with a major label was released only 11 years later. During this time, the band released only a few albums Si Se Puede (1976), De Este De Los Angeles (1978), and And a Time To Dance (1983). All these albums didn’t become successful.
In 1984, the band released their first LP with a major label How Will The Wolf Survive. It was a big hit in the US. The critics gave the album great reviews and the band finally received the recognition they always wanted. After a while, the LP sold over a million copies.