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C&L's Late Nite Music Club With Mercedes Sosa

Known as the singer who "gave a voice to the voiceless," Mercedes Sosa was an Argentinian singer who performed songs from a variety of Latin-American countries.

Known as the singer who "gave a voice to the voiceless," Mercedes Sosa was an Argentinian singer who performed songs from a variety of Latin-American countries. She earned this title by bringing songs that would have otherwise faded into obscurity into mainstream prominence. Combine that philosophy with her talent as a singer and you get a unique musical force that would change the face of Latin-American music.

Got any favorite Latin songs?

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