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Meet the stars and hear the fusion music of the American Latino Music scene in bilingual interviews hosted by Diana Carolina of Gypset magazine and Patrick O'Heffernan of Music FridayLive! radio. We talk to the rising stars, Latin Grammy stars and the Latin music comets shooting by on tour in Los Angeles and around the country. We are live, so you can call in and talk to your favorite Latino music stars in either Spalnish or English. And we tell you how to get free ticets every now and then through Gypset Magazine. We are a podcast partner of Gypset Magazine and World Arts, bringing you the best of many musical worlds. Conoce a las estrellas y escucha las melodías de fusión de la escena de la música latina en entrevistas bilingües organizadas por Diana Carolina de la revista Gypset y Patrick O'Heffernan de Music FridayLive! radio. Hablamos con las estrellas en ascenso, las estrellas del Grammy Latino y los cometas de la música latina rodando en gira por Los Ángeles y por todo el país. Estamos en vivo, por lo que puede llamar y hablar con sus estrellas favoritas de la música latina en Spalnish o Inglés. Y te contamos cómo obtener ticets gratis de vez en cuando a través de Gypset Magazine. Somos un socio de podcast de Gypset Magazine y World Arts, ofreciéndole lo mejor de muchos mundos musicales. Get the full experience at facebook.com/MusicafusionLA/ Expereince nosotros completamente at facebook.com/MusicafusionLA/

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