This summer's The Brotherhood Tour, to be hosted by Los Lonely Boys, will delight Latin rock fans everywhere. Joined by Los Lobos, the tour will stop in cities across the United States to bring that special Latin flavor for which they are both renowned.
Since they began in 1973, Los Lobos has evolved into a respected artistic entity using eclectic musical molds built on the blues, rockabilly, jazz, Latin and their own Mexican-American heritage.  They have released over 15 albums, won the Best American/Mexican Grammy for Anselma in 1984, and in 1987 their cover of "La Bamba" shot straight to #1 on the Billboard Singles chart where it remained for three weeks.  In September 2006, Los Lobos released The Town and the City to much critical acclaim.
Since their worldwide breakout three years ago, Texican trio Los Lonely Boys - brothers Henry, JoJo and Ringo Garza - have achieved multi-platinum album sales, a Grammy Award (their monster hit "Heaven" won Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group in 2005), and widespread acclaim from critics, fans and other musicians. The Boys' third album, Forgiven, is set to hit streets on July 1st.
Current confirmed Los Lobos tour dates are as follows:
June 20 Casino Regina Show Lounge Regina, Saskatchewan CANADA
June 21 Saskatchewan Jazz Festival Saskatoon, Saskatchewan CANADA
June 28 Kate Wolf Memorial Music Fest Laytonville CA
July 04 Waterfront Independence Fest Louisville KY
July 05 Alameda County Fair Pleasanton CA
July 06 Marin County Fair San Rafael CA