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Still Here: Homenaje al Westside de San Antonio | Pre-Release

Join us for a multimedia preview of "Still Here: Homenaje al Westside de San Antonio," an all new original collection of music by Lourdes Perez with 20 Westside musicians. The event includes live readings by some of the Westside elders whose oral histories were used to create the songs, as well as a special dance performance by Leticia Sanchez-Retamozo and Álvaro Duarte. The event also includes video excerpts of the recording and creation process with Flaco Jimenez, Eva Ybarra, Santiago Jimenez Jr., Tish Hinojosa, Henry Gomez, Las Tesoros de San Antonio, Arturo "Sauce" Gónzalez, and many others will also be shown.

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