If you have fond memories of Los Lobos shows in this area, why not give the Iguanas a try? This New Orleans band has tangled, nourishing roots in Mexican music, blues, cajun and zydeco, Louisiana funk, and roots rock. They call their sound "Chicano Rock with a greasy New Orleans second-line/mambo flavor." The Iguanas were always a great party band, but lately they've added some serious songwriting chops to their infectious roots grooves. This is great Americana music with the jolt that only New Orleans can give it, and they've brought out the Latin flavor that lurks in all the great music from the Crescent City. The Iguanas come to Michigan with a new album, "Juarez," recorded at Piety Studios in New Orleans.
- General Admission: $20, Reserved: $27