Lively and festive, Latin Polka is one of several musical styles under the Tejano folk music umbrella, sometimes referred to as Ranchera, Norteño or Conjunto.
Produced with accordions, bajo sexto, drums and bass, Latin Polka is native to Texas and Northern Mexico, and reflects the confluence of Mexican, German, Czech and Polish cultural influences.
South Texas Conjunto bands typically provide music for a variety of dance styles, including Bolero, Country Waltz, Country Two-Step, Cumbia, Huapango, Mambo, Ranchera, and more.
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