Tuesday, August 4, 2020 - 7:00 PMDue to a scheduling conflict, Blues Traveler will no longer be performing with JJ Grey & Mofro at Rose Music Center on August 4th. Genre-defying group Los Lobos will replace Blues Traveler as co-headline.Celebrated soulful ensemble JJ Grey & Mofro and genre-defying group Los Lobos have announced they will be hitting the road together this summer. The iconic groups will bring their co-headline show to Rose Music Center on Tuesday, August 4th.ABOUT JJ GREY & MOFROFrom the days of playing greasy local juke joints to headlining major festivals, JJ Grey remains an unfettered, blissful performer, singing with a blue-collared spirit over the bone-deep grooves of his compositions. His presence before an audience is something startling and immediate, at times a funk rave-up, other times a sort of mass-absolution for the mortal weaknesses that make him and his audience human. When you see JJ Grey and his band Mofro live--and you truly, absolutely must--the man is fearless.Onstage, Grey delivers his songs with compassion and a relentless honesty, but perhaps not until Ol' Glory has a studio record captured the fierceness and intimacy that defines a Grey live performance. "I wanted that crucial lived-in feel," Grey says of Ol' Glory, and here he hits his mark. On the new album, Grey and his current Mofro lineup offer grace and groove in equal measure, with an easygoing quality to the production that makes those beautiful muscular drum-breaks sound as though the band has set up in your living room.From the profane to the sacred, the sly to the sublime, Grey feels out his range as a songwriter with ever-greater assurance. The mood and drive of Ol' Glory are testament to this achievement. The album ranks with Grey's very best work; among other things, the secret spirituality of his music is perhaps more accessible here than ever before.With Ol' Glory, Grey does his idols proud. It's a country record where the stories are all part of one great mystery; it's a blues record with one foot in the church; it's a Memphis soul record that takes place in the country. In short, Ol' Glory is that most singular thing, a record by JJ Grey--the north Florida sage and soul- bent swamp rocker.ABOUT LOS LOBOSLouie Perez, the "poet laureate" and primary wordsmith of Los Lobos, once called their powerhouse mix of rock, Tex-Mex, country, folk, R&B, blues and traditional Spanish and Mexican music "the soundtrack of the barrio." Three decades, multiple GRAMMYs, the global success of "La Bamba", and thousands of rollicking performances across the globe later, Los Lobos is surviving quite well -- and still jamming with the same raw intensity as they had when they began in that garage in 1973.A rare example of longevity in a volatile music world that stresses style over substance, Los Lobos' lineup has remained uninterrupted since 1984, when Steve Berlin joined original members Louie Perez, David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas and Conrad Lozano, each of whom had been there since the beginning in 1973."This is what happens when five guys create a magical sound, then stick together for 30+ years to see how far it can take them," wrote Rolling Stone, and indeed, Los Lobos is a band that continually reboots itself and expands its scope with each passing year, while never losing sight of where they came from. Through sheer camaraderie and respect for one another's musicality, they've continued to explore who Los Lobos is and what they have to offer, without succumbing to the burnout that plagues so many other bands that stick it out for any considerable length of time. Their influence is vast, yet they remain humble, centered and dedicated to their craft. Each new recording they make moves Los Lobos into another new dimension while simultaneously sounding like no one else in the world but Los Lobos. As All About Jazz raved, "The genius of Los Lobos resides in their innate ability to find the redemptive power of music, no matter the style they choose to play."More than three decades have passed since Los Lobos released their debut album, Just Another Band from East L.A.. Since then, they've repeatedly disproven 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.Ticket InformationReserved Pavilion Seating$63.50*, $48.00*, $38.00*HOT HEADS(r) Seats$23.50**While supplies last. Ticket prices include parking and are subject to price increase based on demand and applicable Ticketmaster fees. All events are rain or shine. Dates, times and artists subject to change without notice. Limit 8 tickets per person.