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“Veronica Robles is that rare bird;a female mariachi performer with educational skills and wise cracking humor wrapped in a golden heart, who knows how to charm an audience”.  Click on the logo to read the article. South Boston Online


“Like so many music scenes, the mariachi world is dominated by men. All-women mariachi bands have emerged as a kind of antidote, and can be found in cities like Los Angeles and New York. Robles says it’s time Boston had one, too. Click on the logo to read the article.


I’ve been a mariachi singer since I was 14 years old,” Robles tells Exhale. “I always tell people it makes me feel very sexy because it’s covered bottom to top with a hat. All there is to see is my smile.” Click on the logo to read the article.


Robles hopes the all-female mariachi group will inspire more young girls to get involved in what has been historically a male-dominated musical scene.

“I hope someday I can open a mariachi music school and give youth the opportunity to learn the music and instruments within the mariachi genre like they would in other music schools,” she said. Click on the logo to read the article.

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 In a time of much division on the politics of immigration, Veronica Robles has a message of love and unity. She just happens to deliver it wearing a bright red sombrero and singing mariachi music with a band of women behind her. Click on the logo to read the article.

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