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Latin Roots

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Latin Roots: Edna Vazquez

Banished from Mexico by her family, Vazquez fought long and hard to earn respect as a female mariachi musician.
Edna Vazquez grew up in Jalisco, Mexico — the same place that gave birth to mariachi music. Although the style was traditionally reserved for men, in 1998 Vazquez (who now lives in Portland, Ore.) became one of the first female mariachi vocalists and vihuela players in the Pacific Northwest. Since then, she has earned hard-won respect for her spectacular guitar playing and passionate, forceful vocals.

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