Music: October 2008 Archives

The daughter of a migrant worker father and artist mother, Lhasa De La Sela grew up crossing and re-crossing our southern border with her family in a converted school bus. Her nomadic childhood led her to eventually write songs that resonate with the footsteps and sorrows of the reluctant adventurers who continue to make their way to el norte. She sings with a devastating beauty that reminds me of Janis Joplin and Fiona Apple. 


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