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Steve Berlin of Los Lobos talks new album: Native Sons & life as a East Los Angeles band adapting to the Punk scene

Steve Berlin of Los Lobos talks new album: Native Sons & life as a East Los Angeles band adapting to the Punk scene

Update: 2021-07-14
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This episode is with Steve Berlin who plays saxophone, flute, percussion & keyboard, and is one of the members of the band, Los Lobos. Los Lobos is an iconic East Los Angeles band that has been together for almost 50 years. With hits like "Will the Wolf Survive", "Come On Let's Go", "Don't Worry Baby" and "LaBamba" they have followed their roots all the way to their new album; "Native Sons". This new album is a collection of the most influential Los Angeles based bands that have impacted Los Lobos throughout their career. Including Jackson Browne, War, Buffalo Springfield and many more. Steve talks not only about the new album, but some of the bands highlight over the years.

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Steve Berlin of Los Lobos talks new album: Native Sons & life as a East Los Angeles band adapting to the Punk scene

Steve Berlin of Los Lobos talks new album: Native Sons & life as a East Los Angeles band adapting to the Punk scene

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