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December 25, 2001 Tish Hinojosa is a singer/songwriter from San Antonio, Texas. She talks about her memories of Christmas in a Mexican-American household — the smells, the sights and, most importantly, the sounds. And she plays songs that take her, and many other Mexican Americans, back to their childhood: "Arbolito," "A La Nanita Nana," and "Las Mananitas."
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June 18, 2000 Texas singer/songwriter Tish Hinojosa has been charming audiences up and down the Rio Grande for years with her signature blend of traditional Mexican song structure, pop melodies, and socially-critical lyrics. It has been four years since her last collection of new material, but now she's back with a new CD, Sign of Truth.
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