California-based group Eslabon Armado's name translates as "linked chain." Illustrated by their interlocking three-part vocal harmonies, woven acoustic guitars, and basses, the group's music re-frames the Regional Mexican music of ranchera with the language of "sierreña music," the "music of the mountain ranges." They provide a show full of excitement full of their love songs and more.
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