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Los Amigos Invisibles: New Album; on Tour Now w/ Trombone Shorty

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NOT SO COMMERCIAL OUT NOW ON ITUNES, HITS STORES MARCH 15; NATIONAL TOUR WITH TROMBONE SHORTY HAPPENING NOW

Los Amigos Invisibles' new album Not So Commercial is available early this week on iTunes; it hits stores nationwide on March 15. This new release follows the group's first-career Latin Grammy win with Commercial awarded as the “2009 Best Alternative Album." Not So Commercial features b-sides and alternate versions from the award-winning album's studio sessions.

Los Amigos Invisibles are set to embark on a co-headlining tour next month with New Orleans' funk/rock breakout star Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue. The tour will hit a variety of stops across the U.S. including San Francisco's legendary Fillmore Auditorium, a Grammy eve performance at L.A. Live's Conga Room and a very special show during Fan Appreciation Week celebrating the new Austin City Limits live venue. Full dates are below.

CO-HEADLINING TOUR WITH TROMBONE SHORTY
  • 2/8—Portland, OR—Dante's
  • 2/9—Arcata, CA—Humboldt Brews
  • 2/10—Santa Cruz, CA—The Catalyst
  • 2/11—San Francisco, CA—The FillmoreB
  • 2/12—Los Angeles, CA—The Conga Room
  • 2/13—San Diego, CAתth & B (Los Amigos ONLY)
  • 2/15—Denver, CO—Bluebird Theater
  • 2/16—Boulder, CO—Fox Theater
  • 2/18—Austin, TX—ACL Live
  • 2/19—Houston, TX—House of Blues
  • 2/20—Dallas, TX—House of Blues
  • 2/23—Asheville, NC—The Orange Peel
  • 2/24—Atlanta, GA—Variety Playhouse
HEADLINING TOUR
  • 2/25—Chapel Hill, NC—The Cat's Cradle
  • 2/26—Washington, DC—The Black Cat
  • 3/10—Philadelphia, PA—World Cafe Live
  • 3/11—New York, NY—Highline Ballroom
  • 3/12—Boston, MA- Paradise Rock Club
  • 3/16-19—Japan Tour
  • 3/22-26—Mexico Tour

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