Ramón Ayala

Texas left Mexico in 1836 and made itself a bona fide nation. But Mexico never left Texas. You may see less of it in the icy streets and glassy shopping temples of Dallas, but head down to the tropical environs of the Rio Grande Valley and you’ll know that Hispanic culture rules, and wherever a radio plays or a car stereo blasts, you’ll know it has a king: Ramón Ayala. As is always the case, music penetrates cultures in peculiar and unexpected ways. Germans and Czechs didn’t just migrate to the Texas Hill Country west of Austin; they went to the north of Mexico, too, and they made certain to... Read More

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