He is one of the few original members of the Max Weinberg 7.
La Bamba rarely talks on the show Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and instead usually shakes his head when joked about.
La Bamba placed #49 on the Boston Phoenix Web site list, "The 100 Unsexiest Men in the World" for 2007. He also placed in 2006.
La Bamba once provided the National Anthem during the Golden State Warriors' playoff game vs. the Dallas Mavericks.
La Bamba is a member of the Big Band "18 Pieces of Soul."
Rosenberg leads his own band, La Bamba and the Hubcaps.
La Bamba appears in the sketch "In the Year 2000", providing an interlude between each joke on Late Night with Conan O'Brien.
His name is commonly spelled La Bamba, but his personal websites tend to credit him as LaBamba.
He placed #85 on the Boston Phoenix Web site list, "The 100 Unsexiest Men in the World" for 2006. He placed once again in 2007.
La Bamba is married and has five children.
In 1999, LaBamba performed on the Special Olympics' "Very Special Christmas" television special.
Since 1976, he has been a member of Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes.
In 2006, as a reference towards the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony, lights were placed around LaBamba's mustache, holding his own ceremonial lighting.
It is frequently joked about by Conan that he is a homosexual.
He is a George Washington High School graduate.
He is known for wearing a brimmed hat.
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