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A. B. Quintanilla - Speedy Gonzalez

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Mexico

Abraham Quintanilla, III (also known as the brother of late Tejano singer Selena) was one of the founding members of Los Kumbia Kings, a band he broke away from in early 2006 to form the Kumbia All-Starz, garnering many hits including Speedy Gonzalez. The Kumbia All-Starz are from Texas.

Alberto Barros - Mano a mano View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia

Rock'n'roll has Cleveland; Country music has Nashville and Salsa has Cali, Colombia. Grammy nominee, Alberto Barros, brings us a mano a mano between three Salsa Divas representing the Salsa Capital of the World.

Alberto Barros - Cali Pachanguero View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia

Colombian musician Alberto Barros, better known as Salsa's Titan, offer us, along his band, one of the most famous salsa song: Cali pachangero.

Alberto Barros - Cargamento Colombiano - Part 1 View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia

Enjoy a live performance by Alberto Barros and other famous salsa singers. They display an amazing energy and good vibe interpreting the tribute song Cargamento Colombiano.

Alejandra Guzmán - Porque no estás aquí

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Mexico

Mexican rock singer Alejandra Guzmán is known as the “Queen of Rock” in Latin America. Take a listen to her soulful singing in “Porque no estás aquí” (“Because You’re Not Here”), and you’ll see why. Those lyrics sung in that raspy voice get right into your core.

Alejandro Fernandez - Eres View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Mexico

Who said that love songs can’t be fun? Even if we still don’t understand the relationship between the song and the video, we really enjoyed the adventures of this security guard in the middle of the night.

Alejandro Sanz - No Es Lo Mismo View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

Noted for his Flamenco-influenced ballads, award-winning Spanish artist, Alejandro Sanz, experimented with more diverse musical genres on his 2003 album, "No Es lo Mismo." Here is the title track.

Alejandro Sanz - Amiga mía View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

"Amiga Mía" ["[Female] Friend of Mine"] is the third single from Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz' fifth album, "Más" ["More"] and was released in 1998.

Aleks Syntek - Intocable

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Mexico

Aleks Syntek (born: Raúl Alejandro Escajadillo Peña) assumed a last name short for sin teclados (literally, without keyboards), a handle given by a friend from whom he had asked to borrow a synthesizer (looks like he bought a few since then!). This Mexican artist is well known for producing and writing songs for others as well as releasing his own records.

Alex Sandunga - Déjala

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Cuba

Famed actor, rapper and producer, Alex Sanduga, was born in Havana, Cuba. Here is his famous 2013 single, "Déjala."

Alexis Valdés - Canción de la semana

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Cuba

Alexis Valdés, Cuban singer, actor, comedian, film producer and screenwriter brings you "Song of the Week." The days go by, but love doesn't.

Amaia Montero - Quiero Ser

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Spain

Amaia Montero, formerly the singer of La Oreja de Van Gogh, began her solo career in 2007. This song, “Quiero ser,” lasted for thirteen weeks at the number one spot on the Spanish charts in 2009. Listen and you’ll see why: her voice is captivating.

Amparanoia - La Vida Te Da

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Spain

Amparo Sanchez – a singer and guitar player from Spain – is not afraid to mix genres, geographies and influences. On her band Amparanoia’s website, she explains: “My paranoia is music and the idea was to mix rhythms and styles, taking enjoyment from the rumba to ‘ranchera’, or the bolero and ska…” (Of course, Amparo + paranoia = Amparanoia.) Listen to 2006’s “La vida te da” and hear the Afro-Cuban rumba interpreted by this talented Spaniard.

Ana Tijoux - 1977 View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Advanced Advanced

Chile

French born Chilean singer Ana Tijoux bring the best of both worlds! She made part of Makiza, in Chile, and became well known in Latin American because her collaborations with Julieta Vanegas, Los Tres, Bajofondo Tango Club and Control Machete.

Ana Tijoux - Shock View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Chile

Ana Tijoux’s 2011 single speaks of the thousands of young people who, in protest, have taken over their schools and universities, demanding free, quality education from their government.

Andy Andy - Maldito Amor

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Dominican Republic

Angel Villalona, better known as “Andy Andy,” began his career singing merengue, but he is making his mark in bachata. Both are genres from his native Dominican Republic. The governor of New York proclaimed Andy a “stellar example” for young people and the governor of Connecticut declared April 17th “Andy Andy Day.” He’s got our vote too.

Arturo Vega - Entrevista - Part 1 View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Mexico

Arriving in December of ‘71, a young Arturo Vega decides that it is New York where he is going to clavar, or stay put. His journey began in Mexico, where he began his artistic life as an actor and participant in experimental theater or “happenings”—an art form which was not well received by the powers that be in that country.

Arturo Vega - Entrevista - Part 2 View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Mexico

A little research tells us that the musical comedy Arturo did with Héctor Suárez at the Teatro de los Insurgentes was Sigue Tu Onda (Follow Your Wave), a Spanish language adaptation of a Broadway show known to American theater-goers as Your Own Thing. Soon Arturo himself would be heading to New York on a tip from Paul McCartney’s agent that he could land a spot in Hair ...

Arturo Vega - Entrevista - Part 3 View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Mexico

As it turns out the young Arturo Vega, Mexican emigré actor and artist in New York, lived below a girl who was seeing a young man named Douglas Glenn Colvin (who would come to be known as “Dee Dee Ramone”). The two visionaries got to talking…

Arturo Vega - Entrevista - Part 4 View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Mexico

Arturo Vega is a big part of The Ramones’ history. We even have proof! Actually he was the one who designed the well known Ramones’ logo, which is one part presidential seal, one part outlaw biker. In this interview he tells us why they chose to be represented by an aguila.

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