Los Niteliters | The Tradition Continues

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The Tradition Continues

by Los Niteliters

A diverse blend of Tejano, Cumbia, and Old school rhythms that reflect the richness of Southwestern Latino and American musical influences. Great Dance and Party Music!
Genre: Latin: Tejano
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1. Sigue la Tradicion
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2. Cada Vez Que Resuelles
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3. La Bruja
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4. Old Skool Medley: El Rosalito / Los Laureles
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5. La Rajita de Canela
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6. Ya Era Tiempo
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7. Summertime
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8. Con Cartitas
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9. Escaleras de la Carcel
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10. Brown-Eyed-Girl
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11. Ando Muy Arrepentido
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12. La Coqueta
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Los Niteliters is a Latino band based in San Jose, California. The band traces its origins to the 1970’s, when it was founded by the Espinoza family of Hollister, California. Over the years the band evolved through various genres of Latino music and in the last three decades has developed into one of Northern California’s favorite Latino bands playing a wide range of music from Tejano, salsa, cumbias, funk and R&B.

Los Niteliters have played at local bay area clubs and private parties with much success and have gained a large following. The band has also shared the stage with Tejano artists such as: Jimmy Gonzalez y Grupo Mazz, Little Joe y La Familia, Ruben Ramos, Esteban Jordan, The Texmaniacs, Volcan, Bob Gallarza, Emilio Navaira, Jaime Y Los Chamacos, Estrella, the Texas Tornados and Freddy Fender to name a few. They have also received favorable reviews about our music from Grammy-winning Flaco Jimenez and Max Baca.

Their debut CD, “Con Ustedes” (June, 2002) features a wide range of styles that make up Los Niteliter’s Music. With five original songs including the popular hits, “Ando Muy Arrepentido” and “La Coqueta”, The Niteliters made a big impact on the Latino Music scene. In addition, this CD includes their own renditions of some all-time classics like, “Puño De Tierra” and “Caballo Viejo” as well as a cumbia version of the Van Morrison tune, “Brown-Eyed Girl”.

Los Niteliters' 2nd CD was titled—“Calijano Style” (2008). Calijano style blends both the California and Tejano roots of the musicians in the band. The CD features new original music and rearrangements of great Latino classics like, “El Año Viejo” and “Por Una Mujer Casada” with guest appearances by Grammy-winning artists, Max Baca and David Farias.

This CD, "The Tradition Continues" (2017) is a celebration of over three decades of performing together. With remakes of the classic, "Summertime" and tributes to tradition Texas Conjunto music with the "Old Skool Medley", this CD seeks to celebrate southwestern musical styles that have influenced the band!

Los Niteliters pride themselves on presenting Chicano/Latino Music in all its greatness during their live performances where the strong energy of this vibrant music comes alive. The band displays great stage presence with the contributions of quality, veteran, musicians. Ajua!

"A unique fusion of Tejano and Chicano rhythm. Not surprising given the musical and educational talents of the band members. When Los Niteliters play, I struggle between wearing my Justin Ropers, or my Stacy Adams; a nice dilemma to have."
--Damian Trujillo
Veteran NBC Bay Area News Reporter


"I'm never disappointed when I catch Los Niteliters. They can take me from Old School to hot Cumbia to smoking Tejano with a very, very smooth mix. The word I would give this band is Quality!"

--Raymundo Talavera
KKUP RADIO, 91.5FM


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