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Conjunto Underground w/ Josh Baca

Mi Tierra presents Conjunto Underground: nights of classic style conjunto music featuring prominent accordion and bajosexto conjunto, norteño, and tejano musicians from Texas and beyond. Conjunto Underground will be a series of shows at the Mariachi Bar at Mi Tierra that will aim to capture the sounds and spirit of conjunto music as it was when it first began: no stage, no lights, no huge sound systems- only the accordion, bajosexto, tololoche, and a crowd of gente eager to dance, drink, and enjoy the music and good company.

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