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Intocable's Music Straddles The Border

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Intocable's Music Straddles The Border

Intocable's Music Straddles The Border

Intocable's Music Straddles The Border

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Morning Edition's Steve Inskeep stops in Zapata, Texas, in the latest installment of our Borderland series. Zapata is the hometown of the lead singer of Intocable, a band popular on both sides of the border. Ricky Munoz explains how listening to a mix of Mexican music, country hits and rock bands like Def Leppard while growing up influenced his band.

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