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Natalia Lafourcade Brings Latin-American Pop-Rock Sound to Aztec Theatre

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One of the most widely-beloved (and with damn good reason) artists in the Latin American pop-rock milieu over the past 15 years, Mexican singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade boasts a sound that encompasses an array of distinct Latin traditions (including Mariachi and bossa nova), French chanson vibes, and American indie-pop quirk and jangle.

Lafourcade, who won a Grammy in 2016 for her stellar 2015 release Hasta la Raíz, has been the recipient of numerous Latin Grammys over the years, and is consistently recognized for her fresh and diverse sound, her lyrical range, her skill on multiple instruments, and her inventive approach to pop music.

Now San Antonio has a chance to catch her high energy live show, as she’s out on tour supporting her most recent release Musas.

Wednesday, September 27, $40-$143, 7pm, Aztec Theatre, 104 N. St. Mary’s St., (210) 812-4355, theaztectheatre.com.

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