Los Angeles-based Indie Pop Slowcore Americana Free Jazz collective Spain was founded by Josh Haden (son of the late jazz bassist Charlie Haden) in 1993. Spain is best known for their debut 1995 album The Blue Moods Of Spain, and for the song "Spiritual", which has been recorded and/or performed by Johnny Cash, Charlie Haden & Pat Metheny, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Soulsavers, and many others. Over the past 24 years Spain has released six albums and toured the world. Their long-standing Downtown L.A. residency at the Love Song Bar has attracted an eclectic roster of musical guests including Grammy-nominated jazz guitarist Bill Frisell, violinist/vocalist Petra Haden (Josh’s sister), violinist Lili Haydn, Sun Ra drummer Craig Hayes, and Best Coast guitarist Bobb Bruno. Spain’s latest studio album, "Carolina", was released on June 3, 2016. A forthcoming “Live At The Love Song” double LP will be released in the summer of 2017 on Glitterhouse Records.