New Year's Eve with Los Lobos - 7:30pm show - 12/31Monday, December 31 2012 5:30 PM Doors / 7:30 PM Start Share: Facebook Twitter Pinterest
93XRT Welcomes An Evening with Los Lobos
City Winery is proud to participate in 'Countdown Chicago 2013' which will air from 11:08 pm-12:15am on ABC 7.and, it is Chicago's only local NYE show! ABC 7's Janet Davies & Mark Giangreco will be at the InterContinental Chicago O'Hare. ABC 7's Hosea Sanders & Windy City Live's Ji Suk Yi will be at Viper Alley. 190 North's Mark Nilsson will be at the Hilton Chicago. And, our cameras will be at City Winery.
VIP tickets include a 5 course dinner and wine pairing.
All tickets include a champagne toast.
NYE 2012 Dinner Menu
First Course: Ceviche – rock shrimp, salmon, lobster, octopus & avocado marinated in fresh citrus juice. Served with plantain ribbons
Second Course: Ensalada Mixta- grilled green tomatoes, radicchio, haricot verts, marinated cactus, feta cheese, lemon-mustard vinaigrette
Third Course: Oven roasted Turkey Breast - herb marinated organic turkey breast with wild mushroom stuffing, mole poblano sauce, coconut-cilantro rice & honey glazed carrots
Fourth Course: Cheese – Brillat Savarin – wine poached persimmons
Fifth Course: Dessert – “Wish Grapes” – White chocolate covered grapes
More than three decades have passed since Los Lobos released their debut album, Just Another Band from East L.A. Since then they’ve repeatedlydisproven that title - Los Lobos isn’t “just another” anything, but rather a band that has consistently evolved artistically while never losing sight of their humble roots.
For Tin Can Trust - Los Lobos’ first release for Shout! Factory (released August 3, 2010) and first collection of new original material in four years - the venerable quintet reconnected directly with those roots by returning to East L.A. and recording at Manny’s Estudio, “in a rundown neighborhood,” says Los Lobos songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Louie Pérez. “That took us out of our comfort zone and allowed us to do what we hadn’t done in quite some time: to play together in the same room, as one. This was not about putting your feet up; this was about working.”
“This was a no-frills studio,” adds David Hidalgo (guitar, violin, accordion, percussion, vocals). “We didn’t even have a couch to sit on; we had to bring one in.”
“We went into that studio and the first day everyone was asking, ‘Does anyone have any material?’” recalls guitarist/vocalist Cesar Rosas. “So I said, ‘Well, I have a couple of songs.’ Then Dave started hitting the keys and he came up with something, and then Louie followed. That’s the way everything worked out; that’s the way we made this record.”
“What I liked about making this album,” says Hidalgo, “was the spirit of it: nobody said no to anything. If you had an idea, OK, try it. Just go for it and see where we end up.”
“It felt more like a group effort,” agrees bassist/vocalist Conrad Lozano. “We went into the studio with no ideas and worked some out. Before, everybody would come in with a finished product.”
That unified vision and strong work ethic are evident in each of the 11 tracks comprising the self-produced Tin Can Trust, but so is something even greater, “an intuitiveness,” says Pérez, “that happens only from being in a band for so long.”