Formed in 1998, Los Super Seven is a collective of Latino musicians who brought together their differing creative talents and musical backgrounds in order to creative new musical horizons. The super group featured country music singer Ricky Trevino, Mavericks lead singer Raul Malo, Tejano legend Ruben Ramos, and the ultimate East Los Angeles rockeros Los Lobos.
In 2001, the group released their live DVD and documentary, Los Super Seven: No Borders — Canto, which follows the group during the creation of their second album, Canto, and as they prepare to take their new music out of the studio and into concert halls for a tour. It was a special time captured on video for fans to cherish this incredible time in Latin music history.
Today the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center (MACC) will be screening Los Super Seven: No Borders — Canto. The MACC is located at 600 River Street. The Screening begins at 9:30 a.m. All ages are welcome. Admission is free.
Watch a clip of the closing scene from Los Super Seven: No Borders — Canto below.