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Southland Sessions

The Queen of the Ranchera: Extended Interview with Aída Cuevas

In this extended interview filmed at the Soraya at California State University, Northridge, Grammy-winning performer Aída Cuevas speaks about working on a special episode with Linda Ronstadt, La Marisoul and Cheche Alara. She offers insight into her choice of songs for the episode: “Por Un Amor," “Los Laureles," "Tu, Solo Tu" and "Rogaciano El Huapanguero." She also speaks to her continued dedication to mariachi music, despite its dominant masculine make-up, and the performances she has given for presidents and kings around the world.

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Audra Mae | Courtesy of the Wallis
Episode
44:06
Southland Sessions

Audra Mae - Songs of Joy & Peace with Dylan Meek

One of pop music's great singer/songwriters finds her guiding light close to home. “Audra Mae: Songs of Joy & Peace” grew from that simple reminder that a song can mend the heart.
Season 1 Episode 117
Barbara Morrison at the Wallis | Still from "Barbara Morrison: Standing On Their Shoulders"
Episode
51:29
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Barbara Morrison - Standing On Their Shoulders

Barbara Morrison pays musical tribute to the iconic jazz and blues singers, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington and Ella Fitzgerald.
Season 1 Episode 116
A publicity shot of André Watts sitting by a piano | Courtesy of Pacific Symphony
Episode
56:06
Southland Sessions

Opening Night with Pacific Symphony

Join Maestro Carl St. Clair, Pacific Symphony, and some special guests as they celebrate the opening of their 42nd season with performances by five world-class pianists.
Season 1 Episode 108
Black and white photo of Culture Clash | Harry Gamboa Jr.
Episode
56:39
Southland Sessions

Culture Clash’s Totally Fake Latino News

The satirical trio, Richard Montoya, Ricardo Salinas and Herbert Siguenza report from their homes.
Season 1 Episode 107