In a performance of "Prédio," the Brazilian band coaxes beautiful sounds from a children's bicycle.
In "El Gigante," the Uruguayan band blends many sounds — including the Americana to its north.
The singer has been called "the Sinatra of flamenco." His expressive style draws on jazz.
The singer's lyrics reflect deeply felt emotions in this performance with cellist Daniel de Jesus.
Dom La Nena performs live on KCRW.
Loop pedals and percussion beautifully support the Brazilian born cellist.
Aurelio weaves intricate layers of acoustic guitar to capture the feel of African and the Caribbean.
The Austin singer-songwriter joins his stunning voice with that of touring partner Gaby Moreno.
A rousing band from Kansas City, Making Movies mixes languages and eras with infectious energy.
Sofia has spent most of her career 20 feet from stardom as a backup singer for Juanes and Shakira.
AJ Davila performs at Tere's Beauty Salon in Spanish Harlem for an NPR Music Field Recordings video shoot.
An exciting underground music scene has sprung up in Puerto Rico, and AJ Davila is at its helm.