In Raleigh, North Carolina, an old rock and roll club refashioned itself as "Disco Rodeo" and became an epicenter for Mexican immigrants who love Norteno and Ranchero music. Hugely popular bands south of the boarder regularly make the journey up to the little club. The crowds may be smaller than the musicians are used to, but what they lack in size they make up for in appreciation and dedication. Leda Hartman has the story.

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