NPR’s All Things Considered: The Sound of Veracruz

Happy to be featured on the internationally known NPR’s ‘All Things Considered’ (89.9 KCRW & 89.3 KPCC)!  Our “La Bamba Rebelded” was highlighted as  a song ” about the plight of immigrants — the plight of people who come here to work, and who have a hard time. This is a song that’s all about empowerment and celebration of life and of living in a city like Los Angeles.” Thanks to our compa Betto Arcos of KPFK’s Global Village for always supporting us!

2 Responses to “NPR’s All Things Considered: The Sound of Veracruz”

  1. Deltima Hernandez-Saldana October 21, 2012 at 8:45 pm #

    So honored to hear young people sing about the oppression of indigenous people.

  2. Deltima Hernandez-Saldana October 21, 2012 at 8:42 pm #

    Am so honored to hear you people sing about the oppression of indigenous people. You are an inspiration to the Latin community.
    First heard Las Cafeteras when I was at the Lucman Theatre to hear Lila Downs, but was beautifully surprised to hear the opening act. Wanted to hear more and was excited to have them in Bakersfield,Ca on 10/19/2012. Purchased their CD and was very thrilled to hear all there songs over and over. Wishing all of you the best and all the success you deserve.