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Latin Roots: Carrie Rodriguez

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The late Celia Cruz's version of "Jingle Bells" is featured on today's Latin Roots playlist. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Latin Roots: Christmas In Cuba

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Latin Roots: Billy Gibbons

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Latin Roots: Celebrating Catalan Music

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Sonora Ponceña, a Puerto Rican salsa band, has been active for 50 years. They're one of the bands picked by Ernesto Lechner to showcase the music known as "progressive salsa." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Latin Roots: Prog Salsa

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Latin Roots: Norteño For The Fourth Of July

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El Caribefunk splits its time between Colombia and Philadelphia. German Gomez Polo/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Latin Roots: Philly Edition

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Latin Roots: Essential Cumbia

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