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Power of Peace is the tile of the new album from Santana and The Isley Brothers Maryanne Bilham/Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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The Isley Brothers & Santana On World Cafe

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Major Exhibit Pacific Standard Time Explores Latin Music and Los Angeles

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Vocalist La Marisoul and guitarist Jose "Pepe" Carlos from the band La Santa Cecilia perform at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles Pamela Krys/Courtesy Rebeleon Entertainment/Pamela Krys hide caption

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Latin Roots: Tribu Baharú

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Pianist/composer David Virelles provides new music to end the summer on this week's AltLatino. Shawn Peters/ECM Records/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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End of Summer Already? New Music For Cooler Temperatures

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Latin Roots: Balún

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Alt.Latino Pays Tribute To Juan Gabriel

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Power Of Peace is a new album from Carlos Santana and The Isley Brothers. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Santana And The Isley Brothers Come Together For 'Power Of Peace'

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Guest DJ: Residente On Life And Music After Calle 13

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Javiera Mena performs live at Nuevofest 2017 in Philadelphia, PA. John Vettese/WXPN hide caption

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Javiera Mena On World Cafe

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02Siembra

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LAMC Discoveries: New Artists You Should Know About

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After the success of their 2014 collaboration "Bailando," Descemer Bueno and Enrique Iglesias have come together for another hit: "Subeme La Radio." Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for AEG Live hide caption

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'Súbeme La Radio' Is Cuba's Heartbreak Anthem Of The Summer

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