Texas-based rock act Los Super Seven gets a lift from a host of roots rock artists on its third studio album, "Heart It on the X." The set is due March 22 as the first release in a new deal with Telar

Texas-based rock act Los Super Seven gets a lift from a host of roots rock artists on its third studio album, "Heart It on the X." The set is due March 22 as the first release in a new deal with Telarc. Los Super Seven's last album, "Canto," was issued in 2001 by Legacy.

"Heard It on the X" finds core members Raul Malo and Rick Trevino flanked by Lyle Lovett, Joe Ely, Freddy Fender, John Hiatt, Delbert McClinton and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, all of whom appear as guest vocalists.

Other guests include members of Calexico, Flaco Jimenez, Augie Myers and Charlie Sexton, who co-produced the set with Rick Clark and Dan Goodman. It is unknown if the collective plans to tour in support of the new album.

"Canto" debuted at No. 6 on Billboard's Latin Pop chart and No. 8 on the Top Latin Albums tally.