"Los Cotorritos" by Radio Jarocho
BTR Live Studio | ep697 | Apr 6, 2018
Radio Jarocho is a New York City band that plays a regional style of Mexican Son music from Veracruz called Son Jarocho. Vibrant, infectious, and with the exciting incorporation of dance percussion from lead singer Julia del Palacio, the band brought an unforgettable energy to the studio at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn for this session. Catch the band live this weekend at the Brooklyn Folk Festival, kicking off today!

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Radio Jarocho: Official Website // Facebook

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