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Delano Teen Just Released Debut Mariachi Album. Now She’s Going to Harvard.

On a sweltering mid-August day in Delano, Ana í Adina Morales sat at her dining room table in the home where she grew up. She quieted down her two small dogs and then played the beginning of the music to Nuestro Gran Amor on her phone to make sure she was in the right key. “Como el sol le hace falta a la luna,” she sang in acapella. The song is number 12 on her recently released mariachi debut album, Esp é rame En El Cielo . It’s a mix of mostly love songs, some accompanied only by a guitar and others with a full 30-piece mariachi band. The 18-year-old has been part of mariachi bands since she was 6. She can play the violin, guitar, guitarr ó n, and trumpet. “I would say it’s like a lifestyle, you know? Because if I’m not teaching it or performing it, I’m singing in the shower, I’m singing while I clean the house,” she said. “It’s always there.” Little Village Foundation is the record label that produced Morales’ album. It’s a non-profit organization that seeks out artists from many
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