Los Lobos' Steve Berlin

Jackson, Blair
April 2006
Mix;Apr2006, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p62
The article presents an interview with Steve Berlin, the reed player and keyboardist of the all-Latino band Los Lobos. When asked about why he moved to the West Coast, he answers that there was nothing happening to him in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and most of the guys that he was playing with moved to Los Angeles, California. He believes that if something sounded good to him, it would probably sound good to other people. He comments on how much it helps him produce by also being a working musician. He emphasizes on the tension of being in a band and the things he understands and learns from each group he's involved in.


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