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Mexico's 'Chente' Brings Music to the U.S.
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Mexico's 'Chente' Brings Music to the U.S.

Mexico's 'Chente' Brings Music to the U.S.

Mexico's 'Chente' Brings Music to the U.S.
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Singer Vicente Fernandez has long been Mexico's king of mariachi music. A new, bilingual boxed CD set celebrates four decades of his work, just as he makes his biggest U.S. tour ever.

Victoria Mauleon reports for member station KQED.

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