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Mexico Quake Relief Benefit Jazz Concert

Sanchos Cantina will host a relief concert benefiting victims of the September 19 earthquake that shook Central and Southeast Mexico. The 2017 disaster struck on the anniversary of the 1985 Mexico City earthquake that shattered many parts of the city. In San Antonio, Jorge Canavati, host of KRTU 91.7 FM’s Jazz de Mexico program, organized an international effort to support those in need. “I just thought, I have to do this,” Canavati told the Current. San Antonio’s NATIAO Latin Jazz Ensemble will be featured along with Ruben V., Los Sancheros, and Natalia Guerrero (Miss Nat-G), a special guest funk vocalist based in Mexico City performing with the Odie Wallace Band.

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