Carrie Rodriguez is a Texan, but with deep roots to Mexican pop music through her great-aunt, Eva Garza. Rodriguez pays tribute to her great-aunt and adds her own contemporary twists to classic ranchera's on her new album, "Lola."
Leticia Rodriguez's aunt was Eva Garza, a star singer in Mexico and one of the first Latina crossover artists back in the 1940s and 50s. Rodriguez wants to keep her aunt's legacy alive and her new album includes many of the songs made famous by Garza.
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