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DAKOTA ROMERO "La Llorona"

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Eagle Thunder is pleased to announce the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) music video premier of Dakota Romero's, La Llorona.

La Llorona premires on 1 November 2013, a day on which those who have passed are remembered and honored. Dakota recorded her contemporary version of this classic ranchera song about a weeping woman, and dedicated her performance to her late Grandmother Ida Mae Aragon, aka Rita Rogers. The music video was inspired by and commemorates Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).

Encouraged, and taught by her grandmother, who danced her way into show business in Elvis Presley films, Dakota learned how to sing ranchera music through a song Miss Rogers wrote in the style.

Dakota is a lifelong performer with world experience, beginning her music career in her early years of life, under the wing of her father, Native Rock recording artist, Robby Romero. Classically trained, and with a degree in music, her greatest inspirations have come from singing around the world, and the musicians she has met and performed with along the way, from Buffy Sainte-Marie to Carlos Santana. With both Native and Latin American roots, she has captured the soul of her multicultural background, and continues turning heads with her sophisticated touch to pop music.
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Eagle Thunder is pleased to announce the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) music video premier of Dakota Romero's, La Llorona.

La Llorona premires on 1 November 2013, a day on which those who have passed are remembered and honored. Dakota recorded her contemporary version of this classic ranchera song about a weeping woman, and dedicated her performance to her late Grandmother Ida Mae Aragon, aka Rita Rogers. The music video was inspired by and commemorates Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).

Encouraged, and taught by her grandmother, who danced her way into show business in Elvis Presley films, Dakota learned how to sing ranchera music through a song Miss Rogers wrote in the style.

Dakota is a lifelong performer with world experience, beginning her music career in her early years of life, under the wing of her father, Native Rock recording artist, Robby Romero. Classically trained, and with a degree in music, her greatest inspirations have come from singing around the world, and the musicians she has met and performed with along the way, from Buffy Sainte-Marie to Carlos Santana. With both Native and Latin American roots, she has captured the soul of her multicultural background, and continues turning heads with her sophisticated touch to pop music. Show less
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