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Alt.Latino Lays Out A Sonic Altar For Dia De Los Muertos

Celebrate Saturday's holiday (and, by extension, lost loved ones) with laughter, tears and music.

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Ricky Munoz, lead singer of Intocalbe, performs in Juarez, Mexico earlier this month. Intocable, a band popular on both sides of the border, is inspired by Mexican music, country hits and rock bands like Def Leppard. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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Alt.Latino

Borderland Music: Songs From The U.S.-Mexico Frontera

NPR took a 2,428-mile trip along the border between Mexico and the U.S. Alt.Latino highlights some of the music heard along the way.

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Music Articles

Evangeline Made

NPR's Renee Montagne talks with musician Ann Savoy about her latest project, Evangeline Made: A Tribute to Cajun Music. Savoy invited non-Cajun singers, including Rodney Crowell, John Fogerty and Linda Ronstadt, to perform traditional songs backed up by a band of all-star Cajun musicians.

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