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Che Apalache performing live for World Cafe Jamie Stow/WXPN hide caption

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Che Apalache On World Cafe

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In 2018, Los Tiges del Norte retraced Johnny Cash's steps not only to pay tribute to the band's idol but also remind the inmates that they are not forgotten. Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Los Tigres Del Norte Retrace Johnny Cash's Steps In 'Folsom Prison' Documentary

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José Feliciano performs in the late 1960s. RCA Records/Getty Images hide caption

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The Story Of José Feliciano's World Series Guitar

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Van Dyke Parks, left, and Gaby Moreno check in with each other about their new album Spangle. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Van Dyke Parks Lifts Gaby Moreno's Voice On Spectacular '¡Spangled!'

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Nella's latest album, Voy, has earned the singer a 2019 Latin Grammy nomination. Nina Rodriguez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nella Wants To Be A Voice Of Hope For Venezuela

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Musician Jane Bunnett, seated second from right, and her band Maqueque. Lauren Deutsch/Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Jane Bunnett: Cuban Music's Canadian Connection

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