David Hidalgo

David Hidalgo ( born October 6, 1954 in Los Angeles, California ) is a rock singer and multi- instrumentalist who became known for as a member of Los Lobos fame. Hidalgo dominated beside the accordion a variety of stringed instruments, including guitar, bass, mandolin, violin and banjo.

In 1973, Hidalgo of the founding members of Los Lobos, for which he wrote most of the songs together with Louie Pérez. Otherwise, he participated in as a guest musician on albums of other artists, including Dave Alvin, Buckwheat Zydeco, Paul Burlison, T -Bone Burnett, Peter Case, Toni Childs, Marc Cohn, Ry Cooder, Elvis Costello, Crowded House, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, John Lee Hooker, Rickie Lee Jones, Leo Kottke, Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Pierce Pettis, Bonnie Raitt, Paul Simon, Taj Mahal, Suzanne Vega, Bob Dylan and Tom Waits.

In 1998, he took along with Martin Simpson, Viji Krishnan and Puvalur Srinivasan the folk album Kambara Music in Native Tongues and founded together with the Los Lobos colleagues Cesar Rosas, and five other musicians, the Mexican folk band Los Super Seven, he with the recorded two albums.

  • Accordionist
  • Guitarist
  • Multi -instrumentalist (popular music )
  • Rock singer
  • American musician
  • Person (Los Angeles )
  • Born in 1954
  • Man