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Latin Roots

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Join David Dye as he navigates the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.

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About Latin Roots

Latin Roots Live
The Latin Roots Live! concert series is inspired by Latin Roots, the bi-weekly radio series on World Cafe® hosted by David Dye, which explores the vast variety of music from Spanish-speaking countries and people, from cumbia, mambo and son to Latin rock, reggaeton, and more. Latin Roots on World Cafe is made possible by the Wyncote Foundation. Latin Roots Live! is produced in partnership with Afrotaino and Raices Culturales and made possible by the William Penn Foundation.

Check out the NEW LatinRoots.org! A new website dedicated to exploring Latin music & culture.



Latin Roots

Hear the Grammy-nominated Latin jazz band perform live in Philadelphia.
Beat Latino's Catalina Maria Johnson spotlights three of the greatest divas in Latin music.
Is Paul Simon to blame for the lack of Andean music? Catalina Maria Johnson plays important songs.
Contributor Judy Cantor-Navas visits World Cafe to spin holiday songs by Celia Cruz and more.
The Latin Soul of Puerto Rico’s Calma Carmona
Latin Roots From Barcelona Celebrating Catalan Music
Latin Roots Passionate Bi-Lingual Singer Gina Chavez Has Won Austin’s Heart
Latin Roots- Prog Rock? How About Prog Salsa!
Latin Roots: Norteno For The Fourth Of July Weekend
Is Cumbia The Most Essential Style of Latin Music?
Latin Roots –Essential Boleros: They Are Everywhere
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Latin Roots is made possible by a grant from the Wyncote Foundation.

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