Los Tigres del Norte coming to Stockton

Los Tigres del Norte, one of the country’s most successful Norteño bands, are scheduled to perform Sunday at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds.
The five-man group, based in San Jose, will be introducing its latest album, “El Rugido.”
The 4 p.m. show includes performances by Los Caminantes, originally from Guanajuato, Mexico; Houston’s Fito Olivares, born in Ciudad Camargo, Tamaulipas; and Watsonville’s Banda Oro Verde.
Originally from Rosa Morada, Sinaloa, Los Tigres del Norte — the 42-year-old family band of Jorge, Hernan, Eduardo and Luis Hernández and Oscar Lara — mixes its Norteño sound with conjunto styles, telling real-life stories in its songs.
Los Tigres have won five Latin Grammy Awards and sold 32 million records. “El Rugido” is the band’s 44th album.
Founder Jorge Hernandez remains the lead singer and accordion player, with Hernan on electric bass, Eduardo on accordion, saxophone and bajo sexto, and Luis on bajo sexto. They all harmonize. Lara is the drummer.
Tickets are $32 (plus a $2 surcharge) and can be purchased at Rancho San Miguel markets and Jose’s Western Wear. (209) 462-2891.

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